Creating Productivity
eWON
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eWON Cosy 131 – Award Winning Remote Access
Let’s skip costly support calls! With the new Cosy 131, engineers can benefit from reliable and secure remote connections to PLCs & HMIs in the field for easy troubleshooting. Discover the three models of the eWON Cosy 131 (Ethernet, Cellular & WiFi).
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LUTZE Inc.
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LUTZE DRIVEFLEX® VFD CABLE
  • Flexible for easy bending    and routing
  • Rugged, oil-resistant jacket
  • Code compliance due to    UL Listed Type TC-ER &    UL Type flexible VFD and    Servo Cable
  • Best in class electrical    values
  • Low capacitance for long    cable runs
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    EPLAN
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    Can Your CAD Do This? Increase Productivity, Reduce Costs?
    The EPLAN Platform is a powerful database architecture, for electrical engineering that enables users to increase productivity and accuracy through automated content generation, error detection and the ability to access more than 3,000 Mitsubishi components within your project. Test drive EPLAN and download a free trial of EPLAN Electric P8.
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    Secomea
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    Secure Remote Access Solution – Industry 4.0 enabler of your industrial machines
    Secomea is your choice for a reliable, responsive, long-term partner in the automation industry. We offer the markets most complete, scalable and cost-effective solution for remote monitoring, maintenance and data logging. Our solution is security certified and easy to use. Set it up in under 15 minutes - no IT skills needed.
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    Tolomatic
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    Pneumatic cylinders vs. electric actuators: Comparing total cost of ownership
    Pneumatic cylinders are dependable and cost less initially. Electric actuators are flexible, precise and reliable and cost more initially. Learn about the factors that affect total cost of ownership—and why electric actuators may actually be more economical than pneumatic cylinders over the life of the machine.
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    What is e-F@ctory?
    e-F@ctory is Mitsubishi Electric's approach to improving performance across the manufacturing enterprise to achieve three goals: Reduce total cost of ownership, maximize productivity, and support seamless integration.
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    Making It Easy to Put Your Data to Work
    Much has been made of the treasure trove of data available from smart components and sensors on the modern factory floor. In an era of lean operations and global organizations, factory visibility is the single most powerful tool a company can leverage to improve products, optimize output, minimize cost and ensure safety of employees and equipment alike. Data has value only to the degree that it can be applied, however. That makes putting it in the hands of decision-makers every bit as important as acquiring it in the first place. The question is how to do that easily and efficiently—after all, end-users want to put their time and effort into building better products for their customers, not on mining data.
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    Smart HMIs Cut Cost of Operations
    In manufacturing, it comes down to simple mathematics: If you're not making a product, you're losing money. This is the driving force behind factory visibility. Companies want to mine data from smart components and networked machines to gain real-time insight into their operations. If there’s a problem with the equipment, they want to diagnose and repair it quickly. Better yet, they want to identify problems early enough to address the issues in a strategic fashion, before components fail and impact throughput.
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    The Ecosystem of Factory Automation
    We live in a collaborative world. Tens of thousands of programmers combine efforts in open-source initiatives such as Linux. Crowdfunding enables ordinary people to convert prototypes to market-ready products. Scientists leverage big data techniques to share resources and tackle the biggest computational challenges of our time.

    When Mitsubishi Electric wanted to deliver more options to customers improving manufacturing, it launched a collaborative effort of its own—the e-F@ctory Alliance.
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    | Enabling Technologies
    image IoT Gateway and MES Interface products take the hassle and IT dependence out of connecting your plant floor assets, whether to each other, the enterprise, or the cloud.
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    | e-F@ctory solutions
    Mitsubishi Electric’s e-F@ctory solutions include tools to support connectivity across your operation, facilitating both third-party and system integration. When the race is on to get a program up and running, count on e-factory solutions to seamlessly bring it all together—and fast.
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    | SCADA MC Works
    image Looking for a better view into operations? Visualization makes complex information easy to digest, helping you spot your greatest savings opportunities and gain new insights into factory performance.
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