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One Integrated Solution in Action: New Application Success Stories!
Motion, Pump Control, Packaging, Breweries!
We love seeing the innovative ways that members of the Unitronics community succeed - and we think that you will too!
And now: Drum roll!
Presenting great, new Application Success Stories showcasing Unitronics One Integrated Solution for PLC, HMI, VFD and Servo!
Motion Control: Unitronics PLCs & Servos Precisely Position Punch Press
People--If you are involved, or want to get involved with one of these projects--let us help!!!
(BTW, I spent some time lurking on on of the SLACK forums devoted to this subject--and let me tell you: "Geeks will save us all". Just amazing, the level of collaboration and thinking-out-of-the-box, AMAZING )
On to our official invitation:====================================================================
Partnering to Combat the Global Medical Ventilator
EtherCAT! If you use UniStream PLCs models USC-B5 or USC-B10, you can now easily integrate EtherCAT into your applications,
via our new EtherCAT master communication module.
This new module, UAC-01EC2, brings you the following benefits:
Simple, flexible, transparent system setup.
Easy wiring – reduce costs, minimize complexity.
3rd-party devices easily integrated - just import the ESI.
Motion: via Unitronics UMD-xxxx-E3 servo drives, you can support up to 8 axe
Yes, Motion! Excellent news for our loyal Vision fan: Enhanced Vision controllers now support Unitronics’ broad range of AC Servo Drives & Motors!
Our UMDs (Unitronics Motion Drives) provide you with a high-quality solution that supports a vast variety of motion applications.
The latest release of VisiLogic supports:
Simple Setup for Servo Drives & Motors
Automatic Communication Setup: absolutely seamless (Servo communication is via CANbus; ensure that your Vision co
You are probably saying to yourself "Hey, you promised that the next episode of 'Build your own SD Card Explorer' will be published, so how come Saragani posts about something else?"Well, I actually said that the next episode will be posted next week :-)It is going to have a lot of code and it will be a lot of work writing it so I might split it to few pieces.Besides, I can use this blog entry to post about new features of the Com Driver.I wrote this multi listener a while ago, but the source co
People who see the SD Card Explorer in action usually sometimes wish to have the same functionality in their own application.Some of them contact Unitronics in order to get some details on the protocol, or ways that they can do the same, while others fear from the worst: that it's a lot of work.I know very few people that will be happy to write the whole protocol by themselves.The only guy I can think of in that matter is Ash Nielson... I have no idea where he gets his strength and energy from,
It's been a couple of weeks since I've run VisiLogic - that's a bit unusual for me lately, since I generally don't go a day without doing something or other on a Unitronics system. The reason is that I've been spending my time on two of the nation's newest mobile HDTV production trucks, installing control systems which combine an embedded Linux computer with networked frames of Mitsubishi PLCs and a cross-platform PC GUI written in Perl/Tk.
Working as a controls systems integrator has its bene
My name is Matthew and I am a long-time Unitronics distributor, customer and all around fan-boy. My company uses their controllers every chance we get, selling them to customers and using them in the control system design work we do for OEMs.
Seems like lately every project we do has some sort of communication with an outside device. This prompted us to begin working with a company that's an expert in wireless devices to come up with a cost-effective wireless serial data commun
I'm Phil Salkie, Lead Engineer for Howman Controls in Edison, NJ, USA ( http://www.howman.com ). We're a small distributor and manufacturer of industrial controls products, and a UL-508A panel shop. Howman has been in business for about 30 years, and I've been here for 25 of them - if you've watched a sporting event on TV, dealt with a large bank, had a wound sewn up, or bought a banana, a gallon of gasoline, or a computer chip, there's a good chance that some of our hardware or software
It has been a couple of months for cleaning up unfinished business. Old repairs have been completed, non-working demos restored to life, papers filed, notebooks purged and so on. My desk is now a streamlined surface of effiicient productivity. Just the perfect time to start a new forum and blog.I am looking forward to new level of interaction and a place to ramble about stuff without getting in anyone's way. Hopefully some of my ramblings might even be useful.
Thought I would start off my blog with some thought generation!
What sort of Technologies / Languages are sought after these days? I am basically interested in what any of you more "Techy" Unitronics users prefer as a Software Development language.
My reason for this is to see what libraries / applications to support Unitronics hardware are missing on Non-Windows or Non .NET environments
Do many of you long for a "Remote Operator" app on Mac or Linux (Maybe even the iPhone). Do many of you w
Welcome to the new Unitronics Support Forum!Our new forum offers a number of features that were not available in the old forum.There are Blogs that are written by Unitronics Distributors and Power Users, a Gallery that enables you to upload and link to pictures relevant to forum discussions. Our Support Team will publish interesting Sample Applications in the Downloads section. The Calendar will track events such as Unitronics training sessions and exhibitions. We also have a feature that was so