Lenze is going on the offensive with its slogan "Automation goes blue". The global specialist in motion-centric automation and supplier of drive solutions, end-to-end automation systems and engineering services and tools has launched the new i950 servo inverter as the perfect finishing touch to its automation platform. The move is designed to give customers a virtually unlimited range of options when it comes to combining elements. In future, it won't matter whether they want a centralized or decentralized automation topology or even an intelligent mix of the two.
From a software engineering perspective, this new automation platform component will mean it makes no difference whether a servo inverter is to be integrated into the machine topology as a simple actuator, a parameterizable axis or even as a freely programmable axis. The future-proof and end-to-end portfolio from Lenze covers everything from the control level and field level right through to electromechanics, thus ensuring data is communicated consistently right up to the cloud. In this way, the company aims to provide solutions that can satisfy all customer demands simply and efficiently while also offering maximum flexibility.