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PLC starter kit speeds design with Schneider logic devices

27 Feb 2015

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RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, has uncovered an exclusive starter kit that claims to simplify control-panel design using the advanced Schneider Electric M221 logic controller.

According to the company, the Modicon M221 is a versatile PLC that offers the industry's best performance for its size, with easy programming, scalability and minimal installation requirements.

As global distributor for Schneider Electric, RS boasts a wide range of competitively priced products available from stock to support innovative panel designs, or for maintenance and refurbishment. These cover the vast majority of component needs including enclosures, contactors, circuit protection, circuit breakers, motor-control devices, PLCs, HMIs, pushbuttons, sounders, beacons and many more.

Further key products include Acti 9, which is recognised as the fastest, simplest and most efficient power distribution system in the market, stated RS. In addition, the Altivar 32 extra-slim variable-speed motor drive saves up to 40 per cent of cabinet space, while the Tesys D contactor range features patented EverLink interconnect technology to ensure the integrity of high-current connections, the company added.

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