HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Modularisation is an effective way of reducing engineering times in the development of flexible machines. Standardised modules can easily be used again, test times and error rates are reduced, and there is more time left for you to work on the special machine features that are important for your customers.This is how we make it easier for you to modularise your machine:- Our Lenze FAST Application Software Toolbox enables you to easily develop and structure a modular machine control. - The individual machine modules can be optimally equipped with finely scalable drive and control technology from our programme of modules. - Open, manufacturer-independent standards and modern communication interfaces ensure that the vertical and horizontal interplay is synchronised. - The "Optional Participants" function allows you the option of adding or removing modules and bus participants. This is the way to create machinery, electronics and software all as one piece, and to significantly reduce your time to market.
Lenze is opening a new chapter in automation for the Hannover Messe. The company’s latest modular device, the i950 Servo Inverter, gives machine manufacturers access to a comprehensive automation platform. In future it will no longer matter whether the machine builder is looking for a centralised or a decentralised automation topology or an intelligent mix of the two. Lenze’s future-proof portfolio covers the control level, the field level, and the electromechanics, and it ensures standardised data communi...
The Lenze i500 series of frequency inverters is now completely integrated into the EPLAN Data Portal. Before the data was included, Lenze and its customers discussed and agreed on the ideal way to present it in terms of quality, range and structure. Their work has paid off. Complete two-dimensional and three-dimensional datasets and detailed product master data help to design control cabinets more easily, more quickly and more precisely. This level of user-friendliness also extends to production, even with...
Lenze has come up with a scalable drive solution for production and intralogistics systems. The combination of an i950 servo inverter, an m850 synchronous motor and a g700 planetary gearbox is easy to handle and facilitates cost-effective production, even for batch size 1. The number of axes that have to be controlled and synchronised is constantly rising as a result of the greater degree of automation and increasing degree of flexibility required in production processes. But this does not necessarily h...
A new chapter in automation: Our new Servo Inverter i950 completes our automation platform and creates a boundless range of possible combinations. For you this means ...
High-resolution virtual reality (VR) headsets are currently being used mainly to add a special kick to the experience of playing the new computer games that come ...
A key prerequisite for the success of Industrie 4.0 and the smart factory is having a secure data connection between the machine and the cloud. The data must be ...
Solve many standard tasks in horizontal materials-handling with integrated drive packages
With a single decentralised drive solution you will be able to cover ...
We offer you the chance to enjoy not only maximum flexibility in the operation of your machines but also a high level of safety and reliability. In our service modules, ...
Less means more.
i500 is the new inverter series in the 0.25 to 75 kW power range (110 kW in preparation). Its distinguishing features: a streamlined design, scalable ...
Safety in the system.
Safety in the system does not begin with the drives first, but at the control level.
With the expansion of the controller software to include ...
Robustness and accuracy in the application.
The robust helical gearboxes are characterised by high permissible radial forces, closely stepped speed reduction ratios ...
Efficiency and slimline design in the application.
The slimline shaft-mounted helical gearboxes are characterised by high permissible radial forces, closely stepped ...