C-Tick LOGO! ICL230 Siemens Ltd., ABN 98 004 347 880
Modular engineering simplifies your work: Plan more quickly, more transparently and more easily with pre-assembled, standardized modules and eliminate sources of error.
Three ready-to-use switching programs are offered for the LOGO! 8 to control a selectively extracting filter station and a spatially extracting filter system. In addition, the third example contains a combined extraction and filter system.
06.2019, Equipment Manual, A5E36605235-1-76
Marking for the Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electronic and Electrical Products (SJ/T 11364-2014) RoHS China
Absence of Lacquer-Wetting Substances (LABS) SITOP Power Supply; SITOP UPS LABS
In a conveyor belt system, transported goods are to be moved over four conveyor belts set up one behind the other
An elevating platform should be controlled with LOGO!.
A building is to be supplied with a continuous supply of service water. With LOGO! 8 a pump control for a cistern is implemented.
Control of a sliding gate with LOGO! 8 via a reversing contactor
Possibility to regulate dimmers to control bulbs and bulb groups with the analog outputs of LOGO!8 as well comfortable setting, saving and re-opening various light scenarios using a HMI Panel.
In areas where goods are to be transported ergonomics and safety play an important role. By considering these aspects your aim is to automate a rolling shutter gate and to equip it with appropriate sensors.
The energy consumption of street lights can be monitored by means of a LOGO! 8 connected to an energy meter. If the energy consumption is above or short of a certain value, a warning message is sent by the LOGO! CMR via SMS. In addition, it is possible at any time to request the current energy consumption via SMS.
A LOGO! 8 regulates the pressure of a cooling water system by means of controlling a pump. On a display all associated operating data are shown. The set value can be adjusted on the display. The water pressure and the level in the storage tank are measured with appropriate sensors.
RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU incl. 2015/863/EU) REACH Regulation (1907/2006) SITOP Power Supply; SITOP UPS RoHS / REACH
Power loss calculation for the right design of system cabinets