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Pepperl+Fuchs Podcasts

Pepperl+Fuchs’ TechTalk helps listeners gain an insight into modern automation technologies by focusing on AS-Interface (Actuator Sensor Interface) and its associated safety technology, Safety at Work. TechTalk covers topics that range from hardware selection to installation and maintenance. Control engineers familiar with AS-Interface will get the latest news on specification enhancements, hear about new products, and familiarize themselves with established and cutting-edge troubleshooting methods, tips, and tricks.  Users who are interested in applying these technologies will learn what it takes to set up an AS-Interface system, how Safety at Work improves safety systems, and why those technologies have the potential to save time and money during all phases of a project.

Feb 23, 2014

Safety modules -- AS-Interface Safety at Work has been around for well over 10 years and brings all the advantages of AS-Interface to safety.  There are many types of safety devices that can be connected to the network, making this by far the most flexible safety solution available.

  • --Safety e-stop with integrated...

Feb 16, 2014

Analog I/O for AS-Interface -- We started talking about analog I/O modules last week but decided that this topic is important enough for a whole episode.  Working with analog data, an AS-Interface system is now so easy, it should really be considered by every user.  Tim Cicerchi also briefly talks about pneumatic...

Feb 9, 2014

Encoders and other types of intelligent modules -- Using encoders, intelligent sensors, and valve control on AS-Interface is easy. Just like on any other network, these encoders are always "absolute." Intelligent sensors come equipped with the AS-Interface chip and are connected directly to the network.  Valve control...

Feb 2, 2014

AS-Interface I/O modules are where the action is.  This is where the sensors are connected and machines are controlled.  In this episode we are covering:

  • --Connecting I/O modules to the network and AUX power
  • --Typically, inputs are powered from AS-Interface, outputs are powered from AUX
  • --Some types of modules have AUX...