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News • Jan 30, 2018 08:38 GMT
RS Components has been named as Phoenix Contacts’ UK distribution partner of the year for Device Connections for outstanding sales growth and extensive marketing activities based around new product introductions in 2017.
News • Jun 26, 2017 09:48 BST
It is the third largest construction project in the over 90-year history of the company. The new Phoenix Contact building in Bad Pyrmont was moved into in recent months after taking 18 months to build. It will be officially inaugurated on 5 May by Minister President Stephan Weil.
Phoenix Contact Energy Automation and SAG: joint ongoing development of the open-system iNES Smart Grid platform
News • Jun 21, 2017 09:48 BST
The technical revolution, renewable energies, and adherence to climate objectives place particular challenges on converting energy distribution networks.
News • May 02, 2017 10:01 BST
Phoenix Contact takes over the Taiwanese company Etherwan System Inc. The company which is located in New-Taipei is a manufacturer for Ethernet communication technology in automation.
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End devices are protected from surge voltage damage by means of type 3 device protection, and to do this, the device protector has to be protected with a suitable overcurrent protection device. Because the new type 3 arresters from Phoenix Contact’s SEC product family already have this protection built in, there is no need for a separate backup fuse.
Every machine is unique, yet there is one thing that most technical devices have in common: They cannot run without electrical power. The new power supplies from Phoenix Contact’s Quint Power range adjust to the given conditions and can be flexibly configured to ensure that every system and machine is reliably provided with power.
Documents • May 20, 2016 13:42 BST
Phoenix Contact’s new Ethernet extender system allows managed and unmanaged extenders to be connected with, for example, a control centre over a distance of up to 20 kilometres. The devices cater to the needs of a great variety of industrial sectors and offer many advantages including ease of use as well as plug-and-play operation.
Documents • May 20, 2016 13:36 BST
For reasons of environmental protection, public authorities impose strict demands on how power plants may discharge cooling water into rivers and lakes. Power plant operators are required to seamlessly log all relevant parameters. This is why the Heyden power plant deploys Phoenix Contact’s Radioline wireless system to guarantee the reliable transfer of all relevant data.