Discover the world of Basic Automation with GO!. In both commercial and private sectors, automated solutions are playing a more and more important role with increasing focus on the communication capabilities of devices. With LOGO! and SIMATIC S7-1200, our portfolio offers you the ideal solution for your application – high-quality, user-friendly and cost-effective.
From compact, ingenious automation solutions to automated building technologies and smaller industrial applications – the LOGO! logic module and the SIMATIC S7-1200 controller simplify your daily life in many ways.
Into the future – step by step
With LOGO! 8 and its web-based machine control of hygiene sluices for the food & beverage industry, the German company Mohn is taking an important step toward a digital future.
In the quaint Flemish town of Wuustwezel there’s a small firm tucked away in the suburbs that was founded by acclaimed water management pioneers: Belleaqua. Thanks to automation solutions with LOGO! 8, the company benefits from the highest system reliability.
Whether in ceilings or furniture, behind pictures, on terraces or even on luxury yachts – there is practically nowhere that automated retractable screens from Flatlift TV Lift Systeme GmbH of Worms, Germany, have not been installed – and they're controlled by LOGO! 8.
Elitist, expensive, stuffy: golf is a sport subjected to many prejudices. But it is also becoming more and more popular. SwissSonic GmbH of Speyer recognized golf's potential. They manufacture and market golf-club cleaning machines, reliably controlled by LOGO! 8.
Krüger Industrieautomation GmbH specializes in plant engineering and robotics for small and medium-sized enterprises - and also upgrades old robots so they can be used again. Krüger relies on SIMATIC S7-1200F to enhance the quality and efficiency of production.
When using machines or equipment, the safety of operators is particularly important. Dalex Schweißmaschinen GmbH & Co. KG uses the fail-safe version of the SIMATIC S7-1200 controller in order to meet the high safety requirements of the EU’s Machinery Directive.
The Hedrich Group has developed a process with which rotor blades for wind turbines can be vacuum cast completely for the first time. For improved product quality, the company relies on control and automation technology from Siemens – with SIMATIC S7-1200F.
Want to know how LOGO! can exchange data with other devices or how parameters can be adjusted in live operation? We’ve got expert tips, advice, and video tutorials to help you with a variety of automation tasks.
When three become one
With LOGO! 8, multi-phase systems are set up in a single configuration that is simple and easy to use.
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