B+B SmartWorx launches first USB 3.0 Hub to provide ‘isolation and super speed’

B+B SmartWorx has launched its newest USB Hub – the USH304, its first isolated USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub offering both isolation and super high speeds, according to the company.

The device adds to B+B SmartWorx’s expanding line of USB products, and the is powered by Advantech, which is one of the leading computing technology suppliers ti industry.

USH304 – an ultra-rugged 4-port isolated USB – offers 2,500 VDC voltage isolation for upstream ports and 4 x downstream USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports.  Continue reading B+B SmartWorx launches first USB 3.0 Hub to provide ‘isolation and super speed’

Mitsubishi improves visualisation on its human machine interface

The GT2107 Wide Series Human Machine Interface
The GT2107 Wide Series Human Machine Interface

Mitsubishi has updated its human machine interface and integrated what it says is improved visibility and performance. 

The company says the improvements to its GT2107 HMI were driven by “end user demand”.

Mitsubishi says the GT2107 is an interface that monitors and controls machine components with a graphical touchscreen that connects to equipment such as programmable logic controllers, variable frequency drives and servos.

The compact HMI features a 7-inch wide display with 800 x 480 resolution for clear image quality and is equipped with a remote connectivity option through a virtual network computing server. Continue reading Mitsubishi improves visualisation on its human machine interface

Fischer flash drive now ‘five times faster’ with USB 3.0

Fischer Connectors - Fischer Rugged Flash Drive USB 3.0_300dpi.jpg_ico500

Fischer Connectors has launched the USB 3.0 version of its “ultra-portable, miniature, lightweight and extremely tough Fischer Rugged Flash Drive”.

This memory stick has been specially designed for the safe transportation and storage of sensitive data in harsh environments, such as industrial settings.

The company says the USB 3.0 Fischer Rugged Flash Drive is even faster, smaller and more user-friendly than the USB 2.0 product introduced to the market in 2011.  Continue reading Fischer flash drive now ‘five times faster’ with USB 3.0