TOC Europe 2019 – Product innovations – live and up close

Once again we exhibited our products at the annual TOC Europe in Rotterdam, one of the world’s biggest trade fairs showcasing port, shipping and terminal technology. And we were pleased to contribute to the accompanying TECH TOC trade seminar by relating from our extensive practical experience on the topic of “Implementing safety functions on crane systems with certified sub-systems.”

Many interesting discussions with customers and interested parties were the focus of attention. The topics included upcoming projects deploying our proven system solutions to control and monitor hoisting and traversing gear on crane systems.  And we had also taken along several new product innovations designed to automate cranes and improve safety, accuracy and handling speed.

Please find below a brief introduction to our new product highlights 2019:

UOL(H) 40 and USL(H) 42 SIL 2: A modular, universal encoder system with as many as 15 switching outputs, a variety of bus interfaces as well as incremental and current outputs. For reliable speed and position monitoring.

FG(H) 41 SIL 2 / SIL 3: Incremental encoder for reliable speed measurements in heavy-duty applications of all descriptions.

FGHJ INOX: Incremental encoders with a housing made of V4A (1.4404) stainless steel offer the highest level of durability and robustness. They are suitable for speed measurements in applications exposed to aggressive environments.

FO-T/FO-D: This is the next, significantly more powerful generation of our FOC transmitters and decoders for both incremental – and now also – absolute signals (SSI). The new transmission technology (patents pending) ensures faster and disturbance-free signal transmissions via fiber optic cables.

CP cable protection systems: Best-possible protection for voltage supply and signal lines – even in the harshest of ambient conditions.

The next TOC Europe will be held again from 09-11 June 2020 in Rotterdam.

We look forward to getting to know new faces and many new and exciting projects in the coming year.

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