Monthly Archives: June 2011

Xplore Automation Award 2012

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One of our EDUNet partners in Singapore, ITE College East has submitted an entry to Xplore Automation Award. Their submission, entitled “Learning PLC in an Authentic Learning Environment” can be viewed below.

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Intelligent Energy Data and Motor Management

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Phoenix Contact combines distributed I/O stations and interface modules to create a seamless and integrated solution for energy and motor management. Whatever the requirement – be it the monitoring of the active power of server cabinets in a data processing center, energy-saving monitoring and switching of motors in production plants, or the management of standby functions in machines – all of these tasks can now be solved even more intelligently.

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Universal Temperature Transducer with Switching Outputs

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Phoenix Contact’s new universal temperature transducers belonging to the MACX Analog family of isolating amplifiers have been developed and produced in accordance with the functional safety standard in all steps of the product lifecycle. The modules include a signal input for a resistance thermometer, thermo elements, resistance-based transmitter, potentiometer, millivolt sources, as well as for customer-specific characteristics.

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Case Study: Singapore Lower Seletar Reservoir equipped with Phoenix Contact Spring Terminal Block

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Calm and peaceful,  Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is a pleasant place for leisure strolls or jogs. Benches along the edge of the reservoir offer great spots from which to enjoy the turquoise waters and the balmy breeze.

Today, PUB allowed sailing at Lower Seletar Reservoir and  this was done in collaboration with the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) and the Seletar Country Club, as well as a fishing jetty (maintained by PUB) that extends its fun to fishing enthusiasts.

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