All-in-one solution as an alternative to a PLC

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You would like to react quicklyto changed requirements? For that you need well-thought-out, reliable and well-engineered technology that you can operate and configure yourself. The multifunction controller (MFC) flexibly adapts to your needs. It is your perfect tool for new systems as well as for modernization. Even with the increasing complexity of the process, you can keep track with the MFC. This is your state-of-the-art solution for process automation. You have total control – at all times and easy access without needing programming skills in difficult programming languages.
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The MFC integrates your intelligent sensors and actuators, controls the process autonomously and communicates the process sizes with the control technology if necessary. Disruptions or failures in the control technology, on the other hand, do not disturb the MFC during its work. It ensures that your system continues to run in a regulated manner.
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When: Thursday, July 5th 2018
Wo:
TZU Technologiezentrum Umweltschutz Management GmbH
Essener Straße 3
(SHOWROOM first floor)
46047 Oberhausen, Germany
Start: 09:30 – 16:30 Uhr (incl. breaks)

Your contact: Mister Uwe Glockmann
vertrieb@hesch.de

+49 5032 9535-50

Contents of seminar

HESCH multifunction controller

  • Hardware
  • Interfaces (Profinet, Profibus, Modbus RTU Master, Modbus RTU Slave, Modbus TCP Client, Modbus TCP Server, CAN Bus, HPR Bus Master)
  • I/O extension modules

Software EasyTool MFC (V1.5) – Configuration without programming!

You will learn how easy it is to create projects with the software “EasyTool MFC”.

  • Basic functions
  • Function libraries with predefined function blocks
  • Individual GUI
  • Data logger
  • PC simulation of the application
  • Use cases

Questions & Answers

We look forward to hear from you!