Heating control systems for industrial applications

The Siplus HCS4200 and HCS4300 by Siemens are heating control systems designed to cut a plant's energy consumption by facilitating energy-efficient heating element actuation and avoiding current spikes in the network in industrial applications.
By Siemens December 10, 2014

The Siplus HCS4200 and HCS4300 by Siemens are heating control systems designed to cut a plant's energy consumption by facilitating energy-efficient heating element actuation and avoiding current spikes in the network in industrial applications. Courtesy:The Siplus HCS4200 and HCS4300 by Siemens are heating control systems designed for industrial applications. The Siplus HCS4200 is suitable for 230 V networks and the Siplus HCS4300 for 400 V/480 V networks. These distributed I/O systems can be adapted to specific applications and are designed to cut a plant’s energy consumption by facilitating energy-efficient heating element actuation and avoiding current spikes in the network.

The Siplus HCS heating control systems integrate components including switching elements and fuses as well as functions like Profinet communication, actuation mechanisms, and detailed diagnostics. The new product lines improve the heating process and help to reduce downtime and avoid outages. The comprehensive and detailed diagnostic functions in the heating control systems, for example, help users to detect and localize problems in the heating process quickly. The diagnostic data is reported to the central system controller via Profinet.

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