OMRON has recently introduced the third wave of factory automation (FA) control devices built on a common design platform. This is to ensure unified product specifications, for further innovation in control panel building. “The third wave of 36 models in 4 categories can achieve even simpler wiring with a wider product range,” the company claims. The 1st and 2nd wave of Value Design Products were introduced in April and October 2016 respectively.
Based on a wide range of products, OMRON has been continuing to work for the innovation of making control panels which house and control FA devices on the production front line. OMRON unified the design and size of FA devices, and introduced products which are built with the company’s proprietary wiring technology “Push-In Plus Terminal Block.” The technology is primarily used for device and control panel makers in need of “downsizing and space-saving” of FA devices and control panels, “expedited delivery” and “response to globalisation.”
Major additions to product line-ups
XW5T Terminal Blocks
Models with multi-tier terminal blocks a width of 5.2-mm and 6.2-mm join XW5T Terminal Blocks.
Their maximum applicable wire size is expanded. This expanded line-up can save space and reduce wiring work in more control panels.
G70V I/O Relay Terminals
Models in which wiring can be crossed-over join G70V I/O Relay Terminals to reduce wiring work by 25% compared to the previous models.
S8VK-S Switch Mode Power Supplies
30-W models, smallest class capacity are added to released 60-W, 120-W, 240-W and 480-W models for wider applications.
DIN Track Terminal Blocks: XW5T
The XW5T DIN Track Push-in Plus Terminal Blocks double its line-up from 18 to 36 models. For terminal blocks with a width of 5.2 mm (maximum rated current: 24 A) and 6.2 mm (maximum rated current: 32 A), internal wiring of 1:2 and 2:2 type for branching and 2 tier type for space-saving are added. The workability and reliability of the XW5T with OMRON’s unique Push-In Plus Terminal Blocks can be used for wider applications.
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