The heart of your control cabinet is the logic platform. For OEMs and control engineers alike, it has never been easier to build smaller, smarter machines faster. This also enables builders to free themselves from use of controllers and equipment based solely on prior familiarity or specifications. Industrial PCs/HMIs and scalable controllers can streamline functionality, reduce equipment and costs, and usher in the next generation of intelligent machine automation.
AXIOLINE I/O and control in action at Pack Expo
AXIOLINE brings I/O signals from the field to an I/O station and quickly brings that information back up to your control.
White papers and case studies
Intelligent lighting solution for Australia’s deepest road tunnel
Bypass tunnels bring relief to highly frequented roads,but safety is always critical. That's why the Australian North-Connex Tunnel relies on a lighting solution from Schréder and Phoenix Contact.
Easy installation and integration: BlueBay Automation upgrades control system for taillight manufacturer
BlueBay Automation designed and installed a taillight solution featuring PLCnext Technology and Push-in Technology for an automotive OEM. The new solution met the OEM’s torque requirements and is adaptable for future projects.
Faster and safer harvest process: Farmers co-op improves customer relations with automated harvest system
Xtreme Automation built an automated harvest processing system based on PLCnext Technology and other Phoenix Contact products. The system met the customer’s extensive databasing and other complicated requirements.
World-class training facility achieves Net Zero Energy
EnergyIQ created a comprehensive SCADA system to help a school in California achieve Net Zero energy. Phoenix Contact industrial-grade PCs and controllers maximize the system's reliability.
Building redundancy from edge to enterprise energy management with ILC 2050 BI controllers
A large data center company got better access to critical data, thanks to an integration featuring Phoenix Contact ILC 2050 BI controllers.
Auto supplier looks to implement net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions standards for its manufacturing plants around the globe
To achieve net zero emissions in its plants, an auto manufacturer integrated energy monitoring into its "Smart Factory global standard."