- Boîtier en matière plastique ou en acier inoxydable
- Alimentation: pile au lithium
- Technologie radio sWave®
Emergency pull-wire switches - Machine safety in extreme environmentsAt its Neuhof-Ellers site near Fulda, the company K+S Kali mines raw potash and magnesium salts at depths of down to 800 metres. The atmosphere in the flotation plants which separate the potassium chloride from the rock salt and other mineral salt constituent parts is extremely corrosive. Trust is therefore placed in "Extreme" emergency pull-wire switches which have been thoroughly tested and which allow the plants to be switched off very fast should a dangerous situation occur.
Source: Schüttgut (4/2019)
When material flow management goes mobileAutomated guided vehicles (AGV) which are resting can be woken up by remote control and then sent back to sleep when they are no longer needed. This is made possible by a low-energy wireless system including a "deep sleep" mode which is already used by several renowned AGV manufacturers and which is also responsible for communication between the vehicles and their control centre.
Source: materialfluss (06/2019)
Jean-Marc Jacob: « steute vous emmène progressivement vers le 4.0»steute est un acteur majeur de la mutation vers le 4.0 : le tout digital dans les ateliers industriels. Un interview avec Jean-Marc Jacob (steute France)
Source: Industrie - 40 (06/2019)
Managed by wireless network. Efficient provision of replenishments – with eKanbanProviding e.g. assembly workstations with replenishments using an eKanban system requires sensor technology in the Kanban racks and communication with superordinate IT/OT systems. For this an "out of the box" solution is now available with simple-to-configure applications.
Source: Der Betriebsleiter (03/2019)
Extreme tests at the North SeaExposing devices to extreme temperatures, saltwater, fouling, permanent vibrations, explosive atmospheres: tests in real-life conditions can be very telling. This is why steute opted to conduct a 1-year corrosion test at and in the North Sea for several of its switchgear series.
Source: elektrotechnik (03/2019)