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More Midrange servo drives

04 March 2013

Rockwell Automation has expanded its Midrange system portfolio of scalable Allen-Bradley servo drives, variable frequency drives, industrial Ethernet switches, and unified engin - eering and design to help machine and equipment builders reduce cost and complexity. The development will also enable end users to standardise on one common technology for more efficient collaboration, streamlined project maintenance and faster system deployment.

Rockwell Automation has expanded its Midrange system portfolio of scalable Allen-Bradley servo drives, variable frequency drives, industrial Ethernet switches, and unified engin - eering and design to help machine and equipment builders reduce cost and complexity. The development will also enable end users to standardise on one common technology for more efficient collaboration, streamlined project maintenance and faster system deployment.

"This year's expanded Midrange system offering helps equipment builders and end users standardise on a single platform and address critical business issues, such as global standards, scalable hardware, collaboration and safety," says John Pritchard, market development manager, Integrated Architecture, Rockwell Automation. "Forwardlooking OEMs and end users can now leverage the same high-performance equipment as larger-scale systems, providing scalable integrated safety and motion options for a wider range of machines - all in the same controller, with a smaller price point."
 
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