Thank you for participating in our Designline IPC Contest! We had such an overwhelming response to this contest with many great entries from across South East Asia.
We will be announcing the winners as soon as we finish looking through all the entries, so stay tuned on our Blog for the results!
Microsoft recently issued a security intelligence report stating that computers running on its Windows XP operating system are six times more likely to have been infected with malware than those running Windows 8.
Coupled with the fact that Microsoft will stop offering support and security updates and patches for Windows XP as of April 8, 2014, that means control systems that run on XP are at serious risk of infection.
Last week, we wrote an article about how our all round IP 65 Designline is revolutionizing the Field Industrial PC. In case you missed it, here is the link to the article.
This week, we want to share you a video that we took during our Charity Carwash last year to test the capabilities of our all round IP 65 Designline.
Seeing is believing, so watch the video below.
Don’t miss this chance to get an in-depth look at Phoenix Contact latest technology in this Technology and Automation Fair.
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In the month of Feb/Mar, there was a IPC Contest for our readers to win a STYLUX Mini Fridge! The winner has been chosen – read on to find out who….
Phoenix Contact introduces a new industrial PC to meet rising demands in the areas of process visualization, robotics, and industrial automation: The Valueline P7000 industrial PC is a powerful, configurable solution that is maintenance-friendly and favorably priced.
Phoenix Contact’s new Factory Line FL SNMP OPC products make it easy to integrate the SNMP IT protocol into the OPC visualization environment.
Alternatively, it is also possible to integrate visualization data into network management structures.
Phoenix Contact is launching the new VL BPC 1000 industrial PC product line of embedded box PCs for especially harsh industrial environments.
These devices are suited for simple control and communication tasks and for data collection in mechanical engineering, systems engineering, building automation, traffic engineering, and energy data transmission applications.
The IPCs are designed to meet high temperature, vibration, shock, and EMC requirements and thus ensure maintenance-free 24/7 operation.
Industrial Ethernet forms the basis for a vendor-neutral, distributed building automation system.
Today, Industrial Ethernet forms the communications backbone for networking programmable controllers in industrial settings and DDC controllers in building automation.