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March 2012

Delta will be at Hannover Messe 2012

Delta Electronics invites you to join the world’s largest industrial fair – Hannover Messe 2012 from Apr. 23 – 27. Visit us at booth no. 49, Hall 11, for the latest applications in industrial automation and power system. In addition to system demonstration at booth, Delta Industrial Automation Business Unit (IABU) will hold new product introduction seminar in the afternoon of 24th April as below information.

Date : Afternoon of 24, April
Time: 15:15 – 18:15
Place : Room Dresden at Conference Centre

15:15 – 15:25 Opening Speech by Delta CEO Yancey Hai
15:25 – 16:05 AMD – IED/REG2000/CP2000
16:05 – 16:45 Motion Solution – ASD-M/DVP10MC/DMCNET
16:45 – 17:15 Factory Automation – PLC-AH500
17:15 – 17:45 HMI – DOPsoft/e-Server/e-Remote
17:45 – 18:15 DMV/DT3/PSU

Of course all the blog team will be there responding your questions!
Hope to see you in Hannover.

PC – PLC Communication (PLC control without SCADA)

Is not very common, but sometimes is needed to communicate our PLC´s directly to PC.
The typical applications use to be testing machines, who needs accurate response time, or complex machines who use the PLC to easy control over simple parts of the machine.
And some times (why not) because our PLC’s are cheaper than a digital/analog I/O PCI Cards!

Because of that we create some libraries and examples in the most updated PC programming software to help you on this.

On the following compilation, you will find Examples in Visual Basic, VBNet, and CSharp.
PC-PLC communication Library
Delta DLL library
Delta Comunication Protocol definition

Feel free to download and use them for your applications.

New Product Announcement – DVP16SN11T

Expanding the DI-DO family products.

That new Slim series expansion module have 16 digital outputs in one only module.
No special wirings or connection panels are needed.
So it´s a good choice for systems with many outputs.

Release announcement – DVP16SN11T
Model available only for NPN output.

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