Two active Quint Oring redundancy modules are new in the Phoenix Contact product range. They increase the operational reliability by monitoring the redundant power supply solution from the output voltages of the power supplies through the power supply wiring up to the load, as well as the decoupling section up to the load current.
Phoenix Contact has now developed an RJ45 crimp connector for Profinet. Profinet cables with conductor cross sections of AWG 22 can be used as preassembled patch cables when using this connector.
A new generation of uninterruptible power supplies now supplements the Quint Power product family from Phoenix Contact. Five new modules that can be snapped onto mounting rails are now available: For 24 V loads, the Quint UPS-IQ uninterruptible power supply has output currents of 5, 10, 20, and 40 A – and for loads with an input voltage of 85 up to 264 V AC, the Quint UPS-IQ supplies an output power of 500 VA.
For data transfer via GPRS, Phoenix Contact offers Open Data Port (ODP), an intelligent solution to monitor and manage telecontrol stations. The advantages of this solution lie in the reliable data transfer, the use of standard PLC and modem components, as well as standard industrial interfaces and protocols.