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Our product line DATAEAGLE 3712 and DATAEAGLE 4712 – Wireless PROFISAFE was specially developed for the transparent transmission of PROFIsafe using radio technologies like Bluetooh.
Autolift GmbH builds railway lifting jacks for complete trains as known from car repair shops. Radio modules applied have to transmit conventional fieldbus protocols and to function reliably even if visual contact is not guaranteed. E.R.S. has made very good experience with DATAEAGLE radio systems for years and applied DATAEAGLE 3000 for Profibus and DATAEAGLE 6000 for CAN Bus.
Retrofit in stranding machines: Wireless Profibus is particularly popular for replacing slip rings. The use of robust radio data transmission systems provide a stable and maintenance-free alternative and can also be used at high speeds!
The use of Wireless Profinet in intralogistics at John Deere in Mannheim optimizes the process of axle assembly. The radio data transmission system DATAEAGLE has been in use there for many years and is particularly characterised by stable data communication.
Radio systems and stage technology have been connected since the beginning, which is why it is important that these radio systems do not interfere with each other. At Helene Fisch the data communication to the moving bird was therefore realized with our interference-free radio data systems.
Radio data transmission systems are often used in crane applications, especially where the environmental conditions do not allow other technologies, e.g. in galvanizing plants, only safe wireless control communication is used, as with DATAEAGLE.
Within automation of modern crane and lifting systems, fieldbus systems are part of the standard equipment for controlling operations. Nowadays, radio links are applied within the fieldbus network, replacing conductor lines applied so far in applications with moved plant components.
This tunnel has one of the highest traffic capacities in Austria. A DATAEAGLE 3000 system was installed to manage the shaft access system wireless via Bluetooth along the 320m long shaft.