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Siemens Previews SPS IPC Drives Show
10/22/2013

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Siemens is expanding its portfolio of Industrial Ethernet switches with the SCALANCE XM-400, offering two basic units and port extenders for connecting up to 24 network stations.   (Source: Siemens Industry)
Siemens is expanding its portfolio of Industrial Ethernet switches with the SCALANCE XM-400, offering two basic units and port extenders for connecting up to 24 network stations.
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Rob Spiegel
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Integrated drive systems
Rob Spiegel   10/22/2013 1:06:23 PM
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Nice article, Al. Siemens, as usual, is at the cuyying edge of automation and control developments. One of the most practical advances is integrated drive systems. Instead of throwing gears around, control engineers can now reconfigure their lines on the HMI.

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