Controller update integrates PAC features, built for IIoT applications

Schneider Electric's PlantStruxure PES V4.2 integrates features of the company's Modicon M580 ePAC and is designed for the water/wastewater, mining, minerals and metals, specialty chemicals, power generation, and food and beverage industries.
By Schneider Electric May 25, 2016

Schneider Electric's PlantStruxure PES V4.2 integrates features of the company's Modicon M580 ePAC and is designed for the water/wastewater, mining, minerals and metals, specialty chemicals, power generation, and food and beverage industries. Courtesy: ScSchneider Electric’s PlantStruxure PES V4.2 integrates features of the company’s Modicon M580 ePAC and is designed for the water/wastewater, mining, minerals and metals, specialty chemicals, power generation, and food and beverage industries. Built for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications, the addition of Modicon M580 redundant controllers delivers plant and asset availability for critical continuous process operations, helping to improve overall business performance. PES V4.2 has the ability to lock down ports within a single configuration environment.

Integration into the PES solution is designed to improve system management and provides customers with a level of standard communication. Services are also available for engineering and commissioning to make navigating a control program easier as well as improve performance when making project changes.

PlantStruxure PES V4.2 is also equipped with ready-to-use application and industry libraries, allowing systems to be built more quickly and with lower engineering costs. PlantStruxure PES V4.2 integrates critical features of the company’s Modicon M580 ePAC to strengthen the company’s automation portfolio in the water/wastewater, mining, minerals and metals, specialty chemicals, power generation and food and beverage industries.

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