Your business issues are unique.
To keep customers satisfied, you need to supply machines that are safer, and more flexible, efficient and connected, at a reduced cost, with shorter lead-times. Tested, Validated, Documented architectures (TVDAs) can help you quickly build an automation solution, from machine design and engineering, to installation and documentation. Reduce the time needed for design, installation, and commissioning with these flexible, functionally validated, ready-to-use architectures.
Our experts help you throughout the entire machine life cycle.
SolutionsThe Compact/CANopen/Logic Controller M241 architecture is dedicated to advanced zone control with high performance. The system embeds variable-speed and servo drives to operate in torque control or speed/positioning modes. The system includes safety for emergency and device stop, both implemented using embedded Modicon TM3 safety modules. The embedded Ethernet WebVisu functionality allows user-defined HTML-5 web pages to be designed within EcoStruxure™ Machine Expert (formerly known as SoMachine), for web-based, platform-neutral visualization.
Features and Benefits
- Advanced zone control architecture with high performance
- Scalable and flexible systems for creating economical solutions
- Openness and flexibility with various connectivity options
- Ready-to-use architectures with preconfigured PLC and HMI project templates
- Comprehensive system documentation with component list and wiring diagrams
- Device ModulesTM for quick and easy system adaptation
- One software package to set up and maintain the entire system
- Embedded visualization functions featuring platform-neutral, user-defined web pages
- Full remote access for programming, operation and monitoring
- Unique TVDA solutions to minimize effort at every stage of the development process
- Ready-to-use architecture with a high level of pre-fabrication for quick design and setup of the automation system
- Full interoperability and high system reliability based on Schneider Electric best-in-class products, and extensive functional validation of the architecture