Acquiring, integrating and sharing information quickly and securely over a network or the Internet is critical to advancing the Industrial Automation process. It's the key to increasing productivity, improving customer service, ensuring employee safety, controlling inventory, and cutting operating costs. The ability to connect your equipment to central controlling applications or a remote operator via a browser, in real time, provides an important component to a cost effective solution in numerous industrial environments.
Make factories run more efficiently by using Perle device connectivity hardware to control, diagnosis, repair, and communicate with equipment such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs), CNC’s, robots, process control equipment, temperature monitoring systems, barcode scanners, scales and mixing stations.
Improve building safety and reduce energy costs by using Perle device connectivity hardware to control and remotely manage security systems, HVAC, lighting, elevators, fire systems, utility meters and building access over a single building management network.
Cut cost by remotely controlling and monitoring heavy agriculture machinery, water conservation systems and tanks of liquids, solids or gases.
Dispersed manufacturing sites exceed Ethernet distance limitation but do not warrant costly Fiber Network installation
In case of a power outage, UPS kicks-in providing back-up power to the Rockefeller Center, Two World Financial Center and the Pepsi Building
To monitor water pollution produced during industrial production processes Jorin uses Perle Media Converters to transmit Gigabit IP Camera images over fiber in high temperature environments.
Perle IOLAN STS4 Device Servers provide RS232 connectivity to on-board hardware and transmission of GPS data in real-time. This optimizes hydraulic-assisted steering of tractors and reduces product loss during harvest.
Geo-hazard and seafloor debris data gathered by the SBI on the ocean floor is transmitted to the surface for pipeline route assessment via Perle Serial to Ethernet Device Servers.
Tesla Motors use Perle Media Converters to integrate an existing 100Base-FX door entry security system into a new copper Gigabit network without replacing the door reader devices or compromising security.
Perle IOLAN Device Servers provide a Modbus communications gateway between the RS485 serial network of the Variable Speed Drives and the SCADA Ethernet based network. This enables onshore and offshore personnel to monitor and control the output of pumps on oil production platforms.
Perle Serial Cards connect weighing equipment to central data management system. This enables multiple weighing stations to be monitored from a central control room for a smoother flow of operation that saves time and money.
Perle IOLAN Terminal Servers collect raw data from GPS receivers and transmit corrected data to a remote network communications center where it is converted from IP to serial.
Every major UK airport uses Perle serial cards to transmit RS485 serial data to a central processing system, making accurate and real-time weather data available to air traffic control and pilots.
Perle Serial Cards connect "classified" security devices to a main server.
Perle IOLAN Terminal Servers transmit air quality, personnel exposure, temperature and humidity data gathered by a radiation safety monitoring system to a central location to ensure worker safety.
Perle Serial Card integrate 100's of remotely located production and management systems for up-to-the minute business information
IOLAN Device Servers ensure network access of remote parking gates
Perle Serial Cards connect process controllers handling robotic equipment and bar code readers to the stock management system
Perle Terminal Servers supply Numerical Control (NC) files to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines on the shop floor of an extensive manufacturing plant.
Perle IOLAN Device Servers network enable multiple CNC machines on the plant floor. Centralized network access to the machines decrease human error and increase manufacturing efficiency.
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