What Are Control Circuit Devices? Noark Electric Explains

What Are Control Circuit Devices? Noark Electric Explains

A Control Circuit Device regulates and manages the operation of an electrical circuit by turning on or off the circuit. The control device regulates or limits the condition within the circuit by controlling the voltage and current. Examples of control circuit devices used are switches, solenoids, and relays. Noark is a reliable manufacturer of high-quality circuit control devices used in a wide range of industrial and motor applications. Learn more about circuit control devices and how you can partner with Noark.

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Boosting Machine Performance: How Motors, Drives and PLCs Enable Success

By Johann Arndt, Global Product Line Manager Automation, ABB Drives

In today’s competitive market, machine builders face pressure to deliver highly reliable, cost-effective, sustainable and energy-efficient machines. Customers also expect new equipment to be compatible with digitalization and automation technologies. The key to meeting these customer expectations is using high-quality, advanced variable speed drives (VSDs) also known as variable frequency drives (VFDs), or just drives, along with  programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

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Omron Advances PMAC Platform to Continue to Solve Unique Challenges for Users

Omron Automation has expanded the Programmable Multi-Axis Controllers (PMAC) portfolio. Designed to facilitate ease of use, the PMAC platform encompasses a range of form factors that enable seamless integration into specialized machinery.

A few of the key additions made to the PMAC platform are the CK5M, CK3M Laser Module, CK3C, and CK3A.

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    Balluff’s new CIP Safety I/O module safely connects sensors and actuators to industrial controllers, even in harsh environments. Its IP67 protection rating means it can be mounted directly on the machine, like Balluff’s IO-Link and standard I/O modules, to easily connect safety devices without spending the time and effort on traditional wiring terminations. Read More…

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