Customizable system for easy distribution of 12 to 24V power and consists of various power modules, circuit breakers, current rails, and potential distribution modules.
Converters featuring conformal coating for protection in harsh environments.
Phoenix Contact’s EMpro is designed to give plant operators and facility managers now have real-time, remote access to their machines’ energy consumption data.
The M23 PRO circular connectors from Phoenix Contact offer uniform solutions for signal and power transmission.
Phoenix Contact’s M12 Power cables and connectors are designed to make it easy to power drive motors, fans, lighting and other distributed control boxes.
Phoenix Contact’s Quint Power family includes two ac/dc power supplies with a 12 V dc output voltage. The devices are available in 2.5 and 7.5 A options. Both options are UL Listed and Class I, Division 2 approved.
Phoenix Contact’s Quint 20+ power supply line includes a single-device solution that meets functional safety applications up to safety integrity level (SIL) 3.
This white paper offers several examples of potential failures and offers suitable solutions for each situation for redundant power supply concepts.
Phoenix Contact's Quint Power power supplies are designed to give control engineers improved configuration and diagnostics to ensure reliable power to the control system.
Phoenix Contact's PT 2,5/S-Quattro four-position terminal blocks are designed to provide a high wiring density without sacrificing space across the DIN rail and also have a double function shaft for easy potential distribution with plug-in bridges and large-surface marking options.
The new IP67 TRIO power supplies from Phoenix Contact can be mounted directly on machines or in the field, providing stable power to localized control systems at the edge of an application. The devices have UL 1310 certification and can create energy-limited NEC Class 2 circuits. Direct installation puts the power where it’s needed and reduces cable lengths.
The ESSENTIAL POWER line from Phoenix Contact offers basic 24 V power functionality for controlled commercial environments. The ESSENTIAL power supplies are designed for basic, cost-sensitive applications, such as building automation, vending machines, test and simulation, and solar cell production. The ESSENTIAL power supplies are listed to UL 61010, are CE approved, and meet the IEC 61588-2-16 safety transformer standard. The power supplies have a wide temperature range and a flexible wide-range input.
The TRIO Power 24 V power supply from Phoenix Contact features a space-saving design, easy handling, and smart diagnostic functions. Output currents range from 5 to 40 A. The line includes options with an integrated multichannel circuit breaker.
The QUINT 10+ power supply from Phoenix Contact can help achieve SIL 3 rating without external redundancy. The device has an integrated decoupling MOSFET and a redundant overvoltage protection (OVP) circuit, which eliminate the need for external components. The QUINT 10+ power supply has a conformal coating and ATEX, IEC 61508, IEC 61511, and Class I, Division 2 approvals, so it can be mounted within potentially explosive areas (Zone 2). If the voltage rises above 30 Vdc, the device will switch off within 20 ms, creating a safe state with no output voltage.
Phoenix Contact’s newest industrial PC (IPC) combines reliable CPU operation with increased performance power. The Valueline 3 (VL3) is designed for applications in rugged environments, ensuring machine uptime in demanding conditions. The CPUs are selected from Intel’s embedded long-term roadmap, so users can be confident the CPUs will be available for seven to 15 years. Factory managers can fully configure the VL3 to meet specific application needs.
Phoenix Contact’s PLCnext Edge Gateway software can collect data in the most demanding IIoT and edge computing environments. The downloadable app has an advanced industrial design and no code/low code programming to collect data from any device or sensor and send it directly to the cloud service of your choice. It is scalable for nearly any control system, from a single small machine to an entire manufacturing floor.
Axioline P combines two major needs for the process industry. First is the need for modular connectivity to various networks and protocols, and the second is the ability to add more standard and/or intrinsically safe I/O to the same modular station. Combining these functions minimizes rail usage and reduces Ethernet nodes communicating back to the distributed control system (DCS).
The XTV terminal blocks can accommodate the direct insertion of all conductor types: ferruled, solid, or stranded wires. The XTV series is the first product family to feature Push-X connection technology from Phoenix Contact. Push-X operates similarly to Phoenix Contact’s popular push-in technology (PT), but uses a preloaded mousetrap design that keeps the leg spring depressed.