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Cable and wire management solutions to be showcased at Innotrans 2018

Cable and wire management solutions to be showcased at Innotrans 2018
Panduit Europe will be exhibiting at Innotrans 2018 in Berlin, Germany, 18th to 21st September. At this international trade fair for traffic technology, Panduit’s stand will be located in Hall 11.1 stand 216 where the company will be showing a large variety of cable tie solutions, wire harness solutions, including the PAT 4.0 Automatic Cable Tie Installation System and the Quick-Build Harness Board System system, as well as control panel solutions.
17th August 2018

Ready for the digital age of rail

Ready for the digital age of rail
At InnoTrans 2018, from 18th-21st September 2018, automation systems provider, Pilz will present its comprehensive solution offerings for digitalisation on trains and railway lines. Beyond control system solutions with the PSS 4000-R automation system, Pilz offers complete solutions up to and including completely pre-wired control cabinets.
17th August 2018

InnoTrans 2018: transducer innovations by Knick

InnoTrans 2018: transducer innovations by Knick
Smooth-running services as well as passenger and employee safety in railway operations depend on functions such as emergency shutdown in the event of short circuits, detection of delayed potentials, and safe signal transmission. Therefore, transducers for railway applications must meet the highest standards of reliability and precision.
16th August 2018


Innovative connectors for rail

Innovative connectors for rail
HARTING has supplied appropriate interfaces for a multitude of applications in the railway sector. The company offers designs for the connection of drives as well as for cross-carriage power, signal and data transmission – e.g. to power and supply passenger information and train monitoring systems. Han connectors, which were actually developed for industrial machinery and plant construction, have turned out to be 'tailor-made' for rail vehicle construction as well.
15th August 2018

Webinar covers challenges to rail power engineers

Webinar covers challenges to rail power engineers
  Railway applications present challenges to power engineers with increasingly complex on-board systems, demands for higher efficiency, higher reliability and the need to meet stringent certification requirements.
15th August 2018

Rail and mass transit products receive EN 45545-2 certification

Rail and mass transit products receive EN 45545-2 certification
Amphenol Industrial Operations has recently received EN 45545-2 certification, a classification system that specifies requirements for fire behaviour of materials and products used in trains, for its GT reverse bayonet series and 5015 product series. The certification is for the low smoke zero halogen (LSZH) material used in these products.
10th August 2018

Remote control system enhancing rail efficiencies

Remote control system enhancing rail efficiencies
It has been announced that Laird Controls has launched a new portable remote control system that enables rail operators to use a handheld remote controller to move locomotives with ease and confidence throughout their operations.
26th July 2018

DC/DC rail converters feature wide range of voltage inputs

DC/DC rail converters feature wide range of voltage inputs
  LÜTZE Transportation has launched two new DC/DC converters with 15 and 36W plus wide range voltage input, whose output voltage can be set between 5, 12, 15 and 24V using the DIP switches.
26th July 2018

Electrotechnical solutions for rail

Electrotechnical solutions for rail
From modular contactors and plug connectors for IT applications to complete driver’s desks, at InnoTrans, Schaltbau will be presenting a range of solutions covering all areas of electrical engineering in rail vehicles. With a theme of ‘The Smart Evolution of Mobility’, companies within the Schaltbau Group will show their latest solutions for rail transport on a shared stand in hall 2.2.
25th July 2018

Repairing rail generators to hit four year reliability target

Repairing rail generators to hit four year reliability target
Maintenance and repair projects within the rail industry are managed by tier one contractors to provide operators with a fixed cost project that enables them to accurately forecast annual repair bills. This type of contract requires flexibility and high quality repairs to provide customers with reliability. Author: Mark Taylor, Service Centre Manager at Sulzer’s Nottingham Facility
23rd July 2018


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