Going Small - How Current Step Motor Technology Can Help You Reduce Machine Size By Josh Bellefeuille, Kollmorgen
Smaller frame options means the stepper motor is now more versatile than ever. OEMs can better reduce the overall size and footprint of their machines, while maintaining maintenance-free, precise, and cost-effective motion control.
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Migrating from SICK's CLV400 barcode scanners to one of the CLV600 barcode scanners can be done in 4 simple steps. All conversions are completed free of charge!
Save the .scl configuration file using the CLV setup software, then e-mail your .sci file to an AXIS engineer to be converted to new format.
Replace both the cloning module and your current CLV400 barcode scanner.
STEP 3: Import the new configuration files using SICK's SOPAS configuration software.
STEP 4: Test the scanner to ensure everthing has been installed correctly.
All conversions are completed within 48 hours of receiving the .sci file. If your application has changed or an upgrade to your system and/or scanner is required, contact Axis application support at 908-429-0090
The LECTOR®65x keeps track of what is happening. Always.
* Presentation camera for manual package sorting
* Material handling in automated sorting systems used by courier, express, postal service providers etc..
* Aggregation of food and pharmaceutical packaging
* Identification of codes and tracking serial numbers and manufacturing dates in pharmaceutical distribution applications
Gain a better understanding of UL requirements for industrial control panels by navigating through interactive demos for both IEC and UL control cabinets.
Industrial control panel designers who ship their products globally must maintain proficiency in both IEC and UL standards to accommodate requirements from customers in different areas. The differences between the two standards are subtle but critical, and unfortunately, there is no third course that satisfies both.
Navigate through this interactive tutorial from Siemens that compares both approaches, component by component, in an example application.