WERMA Webinar
How can you control and trigger your tower light?

Monday, May 14th 2018 at 4pm

WERMA Webinar

In most cases a tower light is controlled with a 24V signal coming from either a PLC or sensor to indicate the machine condition. As technology evolves there are now more and more possibilities and interfaces possible to activate a tower light. In this webinar, we will discuss interfaces such as USB, AS-Interface and IO-Link, its’ advantages and disadvantages and application examples.

In this webinar we explain:

  • IO-Link and application examples
  • AS-I interface solutions
  • USB connection

Target group

  • End users

Date

May 14th 2018 at 4pm - 4:30pm


About the speaker

Janina Klaiber is VP Sales at WERMA USA.


 
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