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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES - MOTION, DRIVE & AUTOMATION 2/2017

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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES - MOTION, DRIVE & AUTOMATION 2/2017

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Product News Floating caliper brake with one-piece brake caliper KTR has developed a floating caliper brake with one-piece brake caliper being made of special LT nodular iron. This qualifies the floating caliper brake for applications in the cryogenic temperature range down to – 40 °C. All other components such as pad retainers, pistons and guide pins are made of steel. The brake pads are made of powder metal. Depending on the application’s preference and basic conditions, the brake can be operated either hydraulically or electromechanically, with clamping forces up to 15 kN being generated in the passive design and 16.5 kN in the active design. With the one-piece design, there are no more bright contact surfaces, hence improving the brake’s corrosion resistance and making the power transmission from the brake caliper to the base plate more consistent. The new floating caliper brakes series ‘XS’ are intended for use in the most demanding environments and can be used both as service brakes, for high numbers of cycles and as stop brakes, even above ground or underground, onshore or offshore applications. www.ktr.com Robust power supply with 40 A for adverse ambient conditions The new versions from Trio Power, the power supply range of Phoenix Contact provides a reliable supply even in adverse ambient conditions. Like its predecessor, the new 40 A device is robust, both electrically and mechanically. High system availability is a top priority for all machines and systems. This power supply therefore provides dynamic boost, which also starts heavy loads, with 60 A and thus 150 % of the nominal current for 5 seconds. The robust design, with its high electric strength, high MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) values of over 1 million hours, along with active function monitoring with an LED and floating signal contact, ensures that all connected 24 V DC loads are reliably supplied. With an overall width of 110 mm, and tool-free wiring with Push-in connection saves time and space in installation. The extensive temperature range of -25 to 70 °C guarantees a high level of flexibility in applications. The wide input voltage range from 320 to 575 V AC enables its use worldwide. www.pheonixcontact.com Eaton showcases integrated industrial technologies at Hannover Messe 2017 PRODUCT NEWS Eaton offers machine manufacturers a comprehensive range of solutions in energy and automation for both electrical and hydraulic applications. Its cooperation with T-Systems, allows it to offer industrial applications with cloud based services. A visit to Eaton at Hannover Messe 2017, visitors can learn more about the fully integrated industrial technologies that Eaton and its partners provide. Also the company showcases its developments in hydraulic and electro-hydraulic systems. The company is now focusing on helping machine manufacturers to make their products ready for Industry 4.0. Furthermore, Eaton is actively supporting the implementation of the OPC-UA standard, both for M2M and for machine to cloud communication. The company is presenting a range of innovative energy storage systems and power distribution systems that can be utilised within industrial and commercial applications. www.eaton.com ruhfus.com Specialties from Neuss, Germany. For the rest of the world. As a well known specialist in large customized hydraulic cylinders and control systems, our precise products are in use for a long time - worldwide. Since 1907. sales@ruhfus.com +49 (0) 2131 9146

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