Ready for modern mechanical engineering: The new WAGO I/O System Advanced #madeforTSN.

WAGO has developed the leading solution for future-proof automation in mechanical engineering, with the new WAGO I/O System Advanced.

As a gateway to WAGO’s universal 750 Series I/O System, the new IP20 I/O System Advanced combines the proven benefits and functionality of the 750 Series with a fresh and ergonomic design, error-preventing mechanics, and outstanding performance.

The results: short reaction times, high signal transmission synchronicity and the ability to use fast ETHERNET fieldbuses (such as PROFINET, EtherCAT® and Ethernet/IP), as well as Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) in the future – all of which make the I/O System Advanced the new benchmark for high-end industrial automation systems.

The people at WAGO are convinced that the new communication standard offers unbeatable advantages.

Not only does TSN markedly increase the performance of your industrial network; it also provides the basis for direct communication from the field level with each device on other levels without needing to access gateways as before, or to completely revamp the communication technologies.

Fast, real-time capable, standardised, connected from end to end – all this, from TSN.

With the debut of I/O System Advanced, WAGO is also relaunching the PFC200 Controller that pairs the new system’s exterior design with industry-proven PFC technology.

The new controller is a bridge to various technologies via the Linux® operating system and Docker virtualisation (IT), as well as IEC 61131 runtime system (OT).

Sending data to the cloud and leveraging all the benefits of cloud computing are straightforward thanks to a large number of interfaces and the highest security standards.

Users benefit from all of these advantages without investing a significant amount of time or money because the I/O System Advanced supports well-known PFC functionalities and CODESYS-based programming via e!COCKPIT. In addition, this gateway to WAGO’s universal 750 Series I/O System allows all 500+ modules to be directly connected, maximizing system investment.

Advantages include open, innovative and future-proof automation system for mechanical engineering.

The I/O System Advanced combines the proven benefits and functionality of the 750 Series with an ergonomic design, error-preventing mechanics, and outstanding performance.

The new WAGO Controller PFC200 ADV 2ETH combines the vast possibilities of PFC technology with the I/O System Advanced.

With its fast internal processing, the WAGO I/O System Advanced offers short reaction times and high signal transmission synchronicity.

This partner content was brought to you by WAGO. For more information contact WAGO Australia & New Zealand on (03) 8791 6300 or visit the website at 

Charlotte Pordage is Editor of Utility magazine, a position she has held since November 2018. She joined the team as an Associate Editor in October 2017, after sharpening her writing and editing skills across a range of print and digital publications. Charlotte graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, in 2011 with joint honours in English and Latin. When she's not putting together Australia's only dedicated utility magazine, she can usually be found riding her horse or curled up with a good book.

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