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Discover your freedom with RockStar® ModuPlug.

Across all industries, the requirements placed on functionality are becoming more extensive and complex. RockStar® ModuPlug sets new standards. The modular connector system solves space problems by offering increased functionality with a reduced installation space. And all this with more convenient installation. Discover your freedom with RockStar® ModuPlug.

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Sensors & Instrumentation 2018: Bringing innovations to life Sensors & Instrumentation, the UK’s only dedicated exhibition for test, measurement and control will return to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018 and will share a hall with, the country’s only electronics exhibition, What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) LIVE. Event and sales manager, Louise Pudney comments: “The 2018 edition of Sensors & Instrumentation will offer visitors even more opportunities to engage with new products, technologies and ideas; this new development is all part of the bigger picture in which our aim is to create a much more vibrant engineering experience.” Claire Saunders, event director for WNIE LIVE, says: “We believe that these events will complement one another and improve attendee numbers with the right visitors. The organisers of Sensors & Instrumentation are already embedded in this sector with several electronics publications, meaning we are able to work together to deliver a strong event for the UK electronics sector and ensure every relevant visitor is aware of it.”

many market-leading companies attended the 2017 event, including Emerson, Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce, Sony Corporation and Unilever UK.

Connecting the industry

An exclusive new feature area

Sensors & Instrumentation has also undergone something of a rebrand for 2018, with an updated logo encapsulating the connectivity that lies at the heart of the show and reflects the exhibition’s ongoing aim to bring together all aspects of the test, measurement and control industry under one roof. The brand new website makes it easy for both exhibitors and visitors alike to find out more about the show, from the benefits of booking a stand to what visitors can expect when they get there.

Brand new for 2018 is the Flow Level Control Zone (FLC Zone). This dedicated specialist feature area will provide a platform for the latest technologies in the flow, level and control sector, showcasing a range of ground-breaking products and solutions. Covering a vast array of machinery ranging from the latest valves and flow metres to airbrators and vessels designed to optimise control, the FLC Zone is targeted at anyone involved in this essential field.

The exhibition is attended by buyers, specifiers, design engineers, engineers, technicians and over 85% of those are responsible for purchasing and influencing purchasing decisions. Visitors from 4 - Automation Update

Returning feature areas include the Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, the popular Formula 1 Simulation Car and the informative and educational seminar theatre covering vital topics at the forefront of the industry.

Sensors & Instrumentation 2018 will be co-located with PPMA, TCT and WNIE LIVE. For more information, visit www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk

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Portescap From medical devices to various industrial applications that save, improve, and enhance lives, Portescap offers miniature motor technologies to solve the motion needs of a spectrum of end markets. We serve our customers through breadth of innovative product technologies encompassing brushless DC, brush DC, can stack motors, disc magnet motors and stepper linear actuators to optimize application performance. Discover more: www.portescap.com

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MTA and Factory 2050 at the AMRC partner for exciting Industry 4.0 feature for MACH 2018

Low cost automation can revolutionise SME’s businesses The Manufacturing Technologies Association and the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), have partnered to put together a unique feature to demonstrate cost effective adaption of Industry 4.0 Technologies at MACH 2018. MACH 2018 is the place to discover new technologies that shape the world we live in. The AMRC’s Factory 2050 is the UK’s first state of the art factory entirely dedicated to conducting collaborative research into digital assembly and flexible component manufacturing. The two are staging a joint showcase of cost effective solutions for the adaption and integration of Industry 4.0 technologies into SME manufacturing businesses. Recent figures (from the Made Smarter Review – see below) found that the positive impact on UK manufacturing of faster innovation and adoption of Industrial Digitalisation Technologies could be as much as £455bn over the next decade. James Selka, CEO of the MTA, said of the project “The Integrated Manufacturing Group at Factory 2050 and we at the MTA understand that it is vital to cut through some of the jargon and hyperbole around Industry 4.0 and show first-hand the practical advantages Big Data can bring to an SME business.” He continued “In the light of the publication of the Government’s Industrial Digitalisation Review – ‘Made Smarter’ we must demonstrate to British industry the benefits this technology can bring to their businesses. It is our job to bridge the gap between industry and academia and MACH 2018 is exactly the platform to do this.” The idea behind the project stems from the perceived implications in 6 - Automation Update

terms of cost and complexity faced by SME’s when wanting to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies – a big barrier identified in Made Smarter. By providing a variety of solutions on how current capital equipment can be adapted to meet the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution the exhibit will demonstrate how Big Data can help companies streamline their production and improve cycle times without making huge investments. The overriding theme running through MACH 2018 is interconnected technology and the future of manufacturing. MACH showcases live working machinery and staying true to this tradition the combined feature will demonstrate up to six separate manufacturing cells. These cells will replicate familiar manufacturing environments that have been integrated with Industry 4.0 Technologies. James Fudge, Head of Events at the MTA, said “This is an exciting project we have undertaken with the AMRC’s Integrated Manufacturing Group at Factory 2050. MACH has always been the place to go to find the latest

technologies and this joint venture should prove fascinating for visitors and exhibitors alike.” He continued “We understand the cost constraints that face SME businesses; it is important to let companies know that Industry 4.0 technology is accessible to them. You can take an outdated machine and retrofit sensors to it allowing you to get real-time data and to detect through-put fault. It will be really useful to businesses to be shown some of the thigs you can do to the installed base that can make a difference.” The AMRC’s Head of Digital, Dr Rab Scott, said: “The MTA’s MACH exhibition gives the AMRC a great opportunity to demonstrate that the adoption of digital technologies can be achieved at low cost and that the impact on businesses can be transformational. “This project is a prime example of the work that the AMRC does nationally with manufacturing SMEs. On the stand, we will also be demonstrating what the future of assembly and manufacturing could look like, showing what the value of these technologies could be.”


Indexing Chain Conveyor System Interlink machining stations cost efficiently Sturdy system, total load capacity of up to 700 kg Flexible modular designs, variable lengths & widths possible

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ODU expands ODU-MAC® Modular Connector range ODU Connectors have expanded their ODU-MAC modular industrial connector range – the direct result of technology transfer from their pedigree in military connectors.

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he ODU-MAC is now available in three major variants, each version providing the ultimate pick’n’mix combination of types of transfer within one connection. Whether power, signals, high-speed data, pneumatics, liquids or fibre-optics - all can be integrated into an individual connector. The mating options are just as versatile, with infinite possibilities available, for the widest range of applications in industrial, medical or any other technology.

ODU-MAC White-Line ODU-MAC Silver-Line The option for manual mating - provides the widest variety of options for the most diverse industrial and medical technology applications, offering an effective, compact and attractive complete connection with functionality that is second to none. The confusion of too many connectors is now a thing of the past – thanks to the ODU-MAC White-Line that can be packaged to the specific needs of each and every application. This product line offers the same technical performance as the SilverLine, but in a multiple choice of metal and non-magnetic plastic housings, together with several locking options, such as snap-in, spindle or lever.

ODU-MAC Blue-Line The tool-free clip-mounted version – ideal for on-site assembly, offers efficient mounting and dismounting of the crimp contacts, even when already assembled. Clipping-in the modules is simple and reliable thanks to the safeguard of visual and mechanical coding. ODU’s time-tested spindle locking is available in a plastic housing and faulty clipping-in of modules is prevented through one mechanical and two optical coding functions More information on the complete ODU-MAC connector range at http://www.odu-uk.co.uk/ products-solutions/modular-connectors/ 8 - Automation Update

The all-rounder for automatic docking - offering six different docking frame options, each of which can be configured in customized lengths. A wide variety of transmission modules is available, including 30 different high-speed data-transfer options. The robust hybrid interface requires minimal maintenance, due to both the high level of mechanical security and the optional quick-change head. This top-performing modular package is rounded off by its high packing density [down to 2.54mm pitch] and high vibration resistance, achieving over 100,000 mating cycles, with some customers reporting more than one million mating cycles. ODU-MAC Silver-Line is ideal for blind and diagonal mating, with a wide variety of locking systems incorporating both visual and tactical feedback and with the docking frame also able to provide both strain relief and termination protection.


THE PLUS FOR ADDED FLEXIBILITY The Jnnovative multi-protocol fieldbus system from Murrelektronik, which has radically simplified and modernized decentralized Jnstallation has taken a step further with a plus.

The single bus node can support up to 20 I/O modules in a 30 m circumference and with a reduced number of cables. The range of I/O modules continues to grow and includes digital and analogue ports, safe outputs, logic, counter, valve island, temperature, I/O link etc. Both IP67 or IP20 are available.

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RockStar® ModuPlug More freedom – Less effort RockStar® ModuPlug is setting new standards combining power, signals and data in one connector and is the platform for future, innovative modular connectivity solutions Industrial applications are becoming increasingly complex. The demands being made of the connectivity used are growing at the same time. Functionality in the smallest of installation spaces, safe installation and a fast retrofitting process are just some of the product properties being called for. RockStar® ModuPlug addresses these demands by enabling the flexible combination of all the necessary functions for power, signal and data transmission in a single application-specific interface. New and more compact inserts allow for a significantly increased functional density compared to previous solutions.

Half the pitch size, twice the module slots Up until now, there were two standard module widths for heavy-duty connectors: ‘Single 1.0’ and ‘Double 2.0’. Weidmuller have broken away from this standard, and are creating new dimensions with the intermediate sizes of ‘Half 0.5’ and ‘Single Plus 1.5’. Four different module widths make for unprecedented levels of flexibility and allow for the construction of particularly space-saving connector solutions. The modules reduce the amount of space required and cut costs when compared with fixed-pole inserts and other modular plug-in connector systems. The sophisticated frames and modules can be installed with extreme ease and integrated into HDC enclosures with the IP65 and IP68 protection classes. You can even use the RockStar® ModuPlug to supplement existing applications without any need to make system adjustments.

More and Less - Discover your freedom with RockStar® ModuPlug More power – Less weight Users of the RockStar® ModuPlug have the option of either using more functional modules within the same installation space or having the same functions as before but with a smaller frame and housing. In addition to space savings, the latter option also helps to achieve weight savings, making it particularly suitable for applications in the fields of railway engineering and wind energy.

More signals – Less space - transfer more signals with the same enclosure dimensions: Thanks to a higher contact density – 36 signal contacts at a rated voltage of 250 V, the double module HD36 achieves 50 percent more contacts in the same space as the market standard.

More data – Less limits - A new level of data transfer Two Cat.6A cables each with 10 Gbits can now be integrated in a single module. The use of standard M12 connector technology achieves optimal EMC values and the 360˚ shield connection offers maximum protection against external interference.

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More options – Less costs - save installation space, weight and costs: you

can choose between four different module widths. The halved pitch size allows twice the number of module slots in the frame, plus the reduced pitch separation allows more functionality in the same space.

More convenience – Less risk The innovative design of RockStar® ModuPlug offers assembly and disassembly without tools. A fixed locking position provides stability for faster and easier assembly. Incorrect connection is avoided through a unique coding system. In addition, there’s less wiring work required thanks to the ability to connect two PE cables of up to 10 mm².

RockStar® ModuPlug in use: Machinery High performance in the smallest of spaces with RockStar® ModuPlug

The challenges in machine construction are numerous: flexible

machine units need to be networked. In robotics, space is limited to a bare minimum. On production lines, processing of very high data volumes must be ensured. With RockStar® ModuPlug, you can transmit more signals in less space saving on connector costs.

Transportation Reliable jumper cables with RockStar® ModuPlug are a durable solution for secure data and signal transmission within the train. In transport engineering, increasing amounts of data and signals need to be transferred reliably. Special air-conditioned containers place exacting demands on power transmission. More functionality in the same area enables space and weight saving. Weidmuller’s slim 100 A modules ensure high power transmission with a low space requirement.

Energy - Efficient and secure with RockStar® ModuPlug Wind turbines have to be operated efficiently, reliably and with low maintenance. Measurement data should be transferred using as little space as possible. The high-speed data module can accommodate megabit and gigabit data inserts. It offers transfer rates of up to 10 Gbits in the smallest of installation spaces.

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More freedom - Less effort RockStar® ModuPlug is setting new standards Let’s connect. Across all industries, the requirements placed on functionality are becoming more extensive and complex. RockStar® ModuPlug sets new standards. The modular connector system solves space problems by offering increased functionality with a reduced installation space. And all this with more convenient installation. Discover your freedom with RockStar® ModuPlug. Sales: 0845 094 2006 Tech: 0845 094 2007 Email: marketing@weidmuller.co.uk www.weidmueller.com/moduplug


INDUSTRY 4.0 SUMMIT & FACTORIES OF THE FUTURE EXPO 2018 The Industry 4.0 Summit & Factories of the Future Expo provide a tremendous opportunity for companies to align themselves a leader in industry 4.0 and meet with their peers at the show. The 2-day Industry 4.0 Summit is a conference bringing together leaders from government, industry associations, academia & leading manufacturers to look at the latest developments in advanced manufacturing. Speakers include GE Digital Europe, Bosch Rexroth, Intel, Babcock International, Meggitt, AMRC, KTN, & GKN, to name a few.

EXHIBIT AT FACTORIES OF THE FUTURE EXPO 2018 Running parallel to the Industry 4.0 Summit, the Factories of the Future Expo showcases the latest products and services for Industry 4.0, IoT, smart factories and the future of manufacturing. The 2017 event attracted over 1,500 manufacturing professionals from the UK and across the world to see the latest advances in automation, robotics, software, sensors, virtual reality, 3D printing, Big Data, predictive maintenance, humanmachine interfaces and many other related areas. Over 25% were C-suite executives. Hosted in Manchester - the world’s first industrial city with the first factories and the first industrial estate – the Summit & Expo will bring together solution providers, innovators and technology buyers looking to get ready for this step-change in global manufacturing. Comprising an exhibition, conference and plenty of those all-important networking opportunities, it is not to be missed. See Who Exhibited in 2017 See who visited in 2017 12 - Automation Update

Become a Sponsor or reserve your Exhibition Space now online or call the Event team on 01642 438225.

SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES The TWO events offer numerous sponsorship opportunities for companies to place their brands front and centre of targeted manufacturing professionals and organisations.

From Headline Sponsor to evening dinner or reception to lanyards, our sponsorship packages are priced to suit all budgets. For exhibitors, our exhibition stands start at 3x2m. DOWNLOAD THE SALES BROCHURE Contact Event Director Gary Gilmour on 01642 438225 or email g.gilmour@gbmediaevents.com to see the latest floorplan & reserve your space.


Selwood sponsors ground-breaking training scheme for young people A pioneering apprenticeship scheme to train the next generation of skilled workers is being supported by leading plant specialist Selwood. The company is sponsoring a Hampshire-wide training programme that is the first of its kind in the UK and sets up young people for a career in the civil engineering industry. The apprenticeship scheme is led by the Solent Civil Engineering Employers’ Group – a newly-formed consortium of prominent civil engineering companies in Hampshire. The group was created in response to a shortage of skilled staff in the industry, creating an overreliance on agency staff. The scheme puts young, enthusiastic people through an intensive training programme – based at the Civil Engineering Training Centre at HMS Daedalus at Lee-on-the-Solent – and prepares them for life on site while guaranteeing employment with one of the groups within the consortium. As a key supplier of plant equipment to many of the employers, Selwood offered to become official sponsor of the programme. Selwood, based in Chandler’s Ford, donated equipment for training, including a dumper and roller, as well a large number of other products such as grease guns and plant nappies for containing fluid spills.

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This is the first year of the scheme, being run in partnership with Fareham College, and the first intake was in September. The two-year Civil Engineering and Groundworks Apprenticeship begins with 20 weeks of training at the Civil Engineering Training Centre before the course continues at site level. Apprentices are assigned a mentor on site who will assist in completion of the apprenticeship. Aaron Boyce, Key Accounts Manager at Selwood, who has been co-ordinating Selwood’s involvement in the scheme, said: “As I come from a long line of groundworkers, it was something that I was keen to support and this was backed up by the Selwood board who were only too happy to support this scheme. “It is a real honour for Selwood to be sponsoring a scheme that is skilling up young people and giving them the opportunity for a successful career in the civil engineering industry.” Kevin Miskella, who is Construction Director for Stockbridge-based Carlton Civil Engineering, a member of the Solent consortium, said: “We have been working since January to reach our goal of being set up and running for September and we have achieved just that.

“We could not have achieved so much, so quickly without the support of key partners such as Selwood. “The fact that companies like Selwood have been so willing to assist means that our dream is now a reality. “From early next year, thanks to a concerted team effort, we will be producing new local labour resources to man and run our sites to keep up with the demand for a younger better-trained workforce in our area.” The Solent Civil Engineering Employers’ Group is being led by the directors of major companies across the Solent area including: Aeropark Developments, Baram, Blanchard Wells, Blaze Construction, Carlton Civil Engineering, Dyer & Butler, Gracelands, John Reilly, PTC, Knights Brown, R&W and Southern Concrete.

For more information visit www.cetc.ac.uk


THE PLUS FOR ADDED FLEXIBILITY The Jnnovative multi-protocol fieldbus system from Murrelektronik, which has radically simplified and modernized decentralized Jnstallation has taken a step further with a plus.

The single bus node can support up to 20 I/O modules in a 30 m circumference and with a reduced number of cables. The range of I/O modules continues to grow and includes digital and analogue ports, safe outputs, logic, counter, valve island, temperature, I/O link etc. Both IP67 or IP20 are available.

CUBE67+ A TRULY FLEXIBLE SYSTEM

More options More flexibility More distance More performance

Murrelektronik Ltd 5 Albion St, Pendlebury Ind.Estate, Swinton, Manchester,M27 4FG Phone 0161 728 3133 sales@murrelektronik.co.uk

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mk Expands its range of Pallet Systems to include an Indexing Chain Conveyor System The TKU 2040 indexing chain conveyor system expands mk’s portfolio of pallet systems. It makes cycled supply and interlinking possible, for example in the machine tool and plastics industry as well as in the automotive industry. The TKU 2040 is especially well suited for defined, positionoriented supply and removal as well as for interlinking machining centres. The system’s timing can be individually configured to a fixed cycle. The TKU 2040 is based on the mk profile system and is modularly constructed, compact, flexible and extremely robust. It is constructed from a timing chain conveyor with 2 roller chains, which permits a total load of up to 700 kg. The conveyor body consists of two profile sections with gliding 16 - Automation Update

assemblies for the chain and the workpiece fixtures. It is available in designs with a predefined width or with an adjustable width. The adjustable width makes it possible to use with workpieces of different sizes. According to the specific requirements, the workpiece fixtures can be prisms made out of either polyoxymethylene (POM) or brass, which are optimal for holding round work pieces. Alternatively, profile pallets can be individually equipped with customer-supplied workpiece fixtures. In addition to modules such as fixed and adjustable conveyor bodies, pallets, adjustment units, drives, tails and different types of frames, protective device guards, a drip pan and an automatic lubrication station are also available.

Key features of the TKU 2040 include: • • • • • • • •

Load capacity of up to 700 kg Permits loads of 6/10 kg (prism) and up to 20 kg (profile pallet) per workpiece Compact construction Flexible modular design Widths between 195 mm and 1500 mm on adjustable models Direct drive reduces maintenance and wear Conveyor speed up to 18 m/min Repeatability of +/- 1 mm possible To find out more about this and the full range of conveyors manufactured by mk visit www.mkprofiles.co.uk or call (01949) 823751


Indexing Chain Conveyor System Interlink machining stations cost efficiently Sturdy system, total load capacity of up to 700 kg Flexible modular designs, variable lengths & widths possible

www.mkprofiles.co.uk

mk Profile Systems Limited a company of the mk Technology Group


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T&D Corporation Mr Minoru Ito, European Sales Office, Gronauer Straße 1, 61194 Niddatal, Germany 0049 (0)6034 930970 europe.office@tandd.de www.tandd.com

ECi Software Solutions Si One, St Ives Business Park, Parsons Green, St Ives, PE27 4AA +44 (0) 333 123 0333   www.eci.eu     eu-sales@ecisolutions.com

ODU-UK LTD. Unit 3A, Whitworth Court, Manor Park, Runcorn WA7 1WA. Tel.: (0044)-330 002 0640, sales@odu-uk.co.uk www.odu-uk.co.uk

Aztec Environmental Head Office, Aztech Environmental Services, The Stables, Llwyndu Court, Abergavenny, NP7 7HG 01873 850222, info@aztechindustrial.com www.aztechenvironmentalservices.co.uk

Phoenix Mecano Ltd

Precision Technology Supplies Ltd

26 Faraday Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP19 8RY +44 (0)1296 611660 www.phoenix-mecano.co.uk

The Birches Industrial Estate, East Grinstead, RH19 1XZ, United Kingdom +44 (0)1342 410758, info@pts-uk.com http://www.pts-uk.com

Monitran

Ecopac (UK) Power Ltd

Monitran Ltd, Monitor House, 33 Hazlemere Road, Penn, HP10 8AD, UK T: +44 (0)1494 816569 E: info@monitran.com www.monitran.com 18 - Automation Update

Unit 4, Ridgeway, Crendon Industrial Area, Long Crendon, Bucks, HP18 9BF Tel: +44 1844204420 www.ecopacpower.co.uk


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Automation Update - Issue 36  
Automation Update - Issue 36