Following the Mitsubishi Electric end-of-life announcement, Beijer Electronics is proud to inform that the popular E1000 panels are still in full production and will continue to be available through Beijer Electronics directly and via Beijer Electronics’ distributor network.
The E1000 series operator panels have been manufactured by Beijer Electronics for many years and there are no actual EOL plans regarding the E1000 panels from Beijer Electronics, who conduct a policy of a 2-year EOL notification on all products.
Same product – no differences
Customers will experience no differences – technical, mechanical or whatsoever – in the E1000 operator panels and the software, except for the labelling, which now will wear the Beijer Electronics brand. No E1000 panels with Mitsubishi Electric brand labelling will be offered after November 2015.
The E1000 panels, as well as Beijer Electronics entire range of iX HMI panels, are now available from Beijer Electronics directly and via Beijer Electronics’ distributor network.
Reliable service and support
To guarantee a continued successful use of the panels, Beijer Electronics are happy to offer customers their commercial, technical and logistical services through their presence globally and via Beijer Electronics’ distributor network.
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With a new stand concept and fresh look, Beijer Electronics presents itself as a full-service provider of automation solutions at SPS IPC Drives 2015. In the 26th year of the leading industry trade fair, the Swedish technology group will focus on an individual trade fair presentation following the slogan "Rugged to the core". While their subsidiary Westermo Data Communications has moved to hall 10, Beijer Electronics will welcome visitors at booth 490 in hall 7.
With their newly introduced 7 inch rugged panel iX T7BR, Beijer Electronics expands its HMI product range by another indestructible iX HMI panel that works reliably even under extreme environmental conditions and is fully certified for challenging surroundings. In addition to the classic HMI panels for industrial, rugged and marine applications, Beijer Electronics since 2014 offers a high-performance softcontrol series. These products link innovative HMI technology with the industry-standard CoDeSys and offer one compact device for machine control and visualization. The user interface can be adapted to the needs of different users and to the machine in few simple steps. The look of the user interface can go hand in hand with the corporate brand, thus creating a real competitive edge.
Another focus for 2015 is Beijers intelligent software solution that shines with intuitive usability, smart features and superior visualization. The group's portfolio is completed by drives, remote I / O modules as well as products for data communication. Just in time for SPS IPC Drives, the international corporate website will be presented in a new look. With its clearly structured navigation, it will offer real added value to every visitor - whether existing or prospective customer.
Beijer Electronics is proud to present iX T7BR, a rugged 7 inch operator panel designed for operation in extreme environments. The new panel is tested and certified to withstand wind, snow and rain, working on heavy duty motors in remote locations, or in a steamy offshore engine room.
- Bright 7 inch operator panel, 800 × 480 pixel, 500 or 1,000 cd/m² sunlight viewable
- Operating temperature: -30°C to 70°C
- Hazardous area certifications: UL Class I Div 2 and ATEX/IECEx Zone2
- Marine certifications: DNV, ABS, GL, LR, KR
- NEMA 4X/IP66 sealing
- Operates in high vibration environments
- 2 × Ethernet, 2 × serial, 3 × USB standard, 2 × CiX CAN ports optional
- iX HMI Software with universal connectivity
Get more information on iX HMI Rugged
The service pack 3 for iX Developer 2.10 is now available. iX Developer users may already have discovered the new version through the built-in software update notification. iX 2.10 service pack 3 offer mainly bug fixes.
Read more about service pack 3 for iX Developer 2.10 here.
Click here to download iX and try the software.
The Beijer Electronics HVAC inverters H2 and Performance inverters P2 series now have obtained marine approvals from the DNV GL classification society. For both the P2 and H2 series, the approvals cover all models in the series with the power range of 5.5-160kW.
Approved by the world’s largest ship and offshore classification society, DNV GL, Beijer Electronics frequency inverters can cut energy consumption of a variety of equipment found on marine vessels by as much as 60% - helping ship owners to meet CO2 reduction targets and reduce operating costs.
The high-performance motor control capability offered by Beijer Electronics HVAC inverters H2 and Performance inverters P2 can be retrofitted in a number of different maritime applications including the control of cranes, bow thrusters, winches, compressors, ventilation fan and pumps.
At SPS IPC Drives 2014 in Nuremberg, Germany, we will present our latest automation and visualization products, ranging from intuitive professional HMIs to industrial data communication as well as a whole range of frequency inverters. Get to know our recently launched marine panel iX T15BM as well as our iX T15BR rugged panel, both fully certified by all major classification societies.
Come and visit us in hall 7 booth 490. We are looking forward to meeting you.
Tuesday, 25. November 2014: 09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday, 26. November 2014: 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday, 27. November 2014: 09:00 - 17:00
Still need a ticket? Please register here with the following registration number: 1412323883.
The service pack 2 for iX Developer 2.10 is now available. iX Developer users may already have discovered the new version through the built-in software update notification. iX 2.10 service pack 2 offer mainly bug fixes.
Read more about service pack 2 for iX Developer 2.10 here.
Click here to download iX and try the software.
Beijer Electronics is proud to present iX T15BM, a fully certified 15 inch marine panel with a high-resolution touch-screen interface and robust design.
With black front and non-branded front foils, the operator panel is easy to integrate. Benefits include classic marine features such as dimmable backlight and high brightness display.
From bridge to engine room
The new panel adds strength to Beijer Electronics’ total marine HMI offer, which also includes the iX T7AM 7 inch marine operator panel and the iX T15BR 15 inch rugged operator panel that carries both marine and hazardous location certifications. The result is a competitive range of HMIs designed for reliable installations off-shore and on all locations on-board ships, including bridge, cabin, engine room and even outdoors.
Smart iX HMI software
The iX HMI software provides smart tools to communicate efficiently on all hardware. It combines top-class vector graphics and easy-to-use functions that provide intuitive and reliable operation on the spot. And it gives almost limitless connectivity to other equipment through the extensive list of drivers.
iX T15BM features:
- Marine certifications DNV, GL, ABS, LR, KR
- Bright 15.4”, 1280 × 800 pixel, TFT-LCD touch screen
- High brightness display, 1,000 cd/m² backlight with anti-reflective film
- Black front with black frames and non-branded front foils
- Operating temperature: -15 to 55 °C
- IP66 sealing and galvanically isolated
- CiX CAN module to interface with controllers
Explore our total marine HMI offer here
The third generation of Beijer Electronics HVAC drives, the HVAC Inverter H3, takes energy savings one step further.
Proven energy savings
The new H3 series increases drive efficiency to more than 98% leading to energy savings and reduced life time costs. The proven energy saving helps consumers realize significant savings year upon year. At the same time, it also reduces harmonic current distortion, associated with electronic equipment and traditional variable speed drives, to below 30% iTHD (total harmonic distortion).
The HVAC inverter H3, available from 0.75 kW to 45 kW, provides drive efficiency combined with low input harmonic current distortion compliant with EN61000-3-12. The H3 series controls the latest generation of induction motors, as well as permanent magnet AC motors, brushless DC motors and synchronous reluctance motors. Otherwise, the H3 inverter series is identical with the existing H2 regarding functionality, enclosure types, etc.
HVAC Inverter H3 features:
- 0.75 kW – 45 kW power range; 3 phase input, IP55/IP66
- Drive efficiency > 98%
- Low input harmonic current distortion compliant with EN61000-3-12
- Lower mains supply current - reduced cable size, reduced fuse size, reduced transformer size
- Improved power factor - no additional charges from the electricity supply company due to low power factor
- Improved efficiency - reduced lifetime costs. E.g. 37kW, operating 10 hours per day, 5 days per week, 50 weeks per year - power consumption is 92500kWh - 1.1% reduction is >100kWh saving
Explore the complete HVAC Inverter H2/H3 product range here.
The service pack 1 for iX Developer 2.10 is now available. iX Developer users may already have discovered the new version through the built-in software update notification. iX 2.10 service pack 1 offers both new features and bug fixes.
- Added support in panel wizard for iX T4A-SC, iX T7A-SC, iX T10A-SC, iX T7B-SC, iX T12B-SC, iX T15B-SC
- iX RT version check when downloading project to PC and iX T12C, iX T15C, iX T21C
- Added OPC UA client subscription settings
- Improved tree view visualisation when importing tags from OPC server
- New Actions to control Alarm viewer object
- More than 100 customer related and internal found bugs are fixed
Read more about service pack 1 for iX Developer 2.10 here.
Click here to download iX and try the software.
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