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Program controllers and digital indicator with alarms

24 September 2010

Yokogawa Electric Corporation has released three additions to the UTAdvanced controller series: the UP55A and UP35A program controllers and the UM33A digital indicator with alarms. Completing the UTAdvanced series, these products give greater choice in configuring systems and support a wider range of applications.

Program controllers and digital indicator with alarms
Program controllers and digital indicator with alarms

The UP55A and UP35A program controllers support Profibus-DP and CC-Link industrial communication protocols
has been added. This allows these controllers to be connected with a wider range of PLCs, which are often mounted on other devices, and gives customers the flexibility to build an optimal multivendor system. In response to the needs of customers who wish to program patterns at a PLC, the processing of program data from PLCs has been speeded up.
The UM33A digital indicator with alarms now has eight alarm outputs and eight screen display points, twice the number of the previous model. A dedicated program eases the task of entering alarm values and other information, eliminating the need to input them using the keys on the front panel of each device.
UTAdvanced digital indicating controllers come standard with a sequence control function based on the ladder logic programming language, which is widely used by engineers. This product series improves design efficiency and reduces costs by eliminating the need for relays and other types of peripheral devices.


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