W A R E Programmable Controller with Embedded Ethernet Omron Automation and Safety (Hoffman Estates,
IL) has developed the CP1L-E with embedded Ethernet,
which connects to the Internet, providing remote access,
monitoring, and data logging. Features include:
■ An embedded Ethernet port with socket services.
■ An Automatic-Connect function.
■ Three Ethernet-enabled versions of the CP1L-E,
offering 20, 30, or 40 I/O points (expandable to 160
■ Two embedded 1-10 V analog inputs.
■ Four high-speed encoder inputs and two high-speed
■ Approval for UL (Class I, Division 2 Products for
Hazardous Locations), CSA, cULus, cULus (Class I,
Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), cUL,
NK, Lloyd, and EC Directives.
Blow-Out Preventer Control Computer
Daisy Data Displays (York Haven, PA) has
announced its Series 4520Cx ruggedized blow-out
preventer (BOP) control computer. It is IECEx Zone
2 and UL Division 2 certified and includes advanced
safety features. Features include:
■ A 2.0 GHz ( 2. 8 GHz Turbo) i7 CPU and 8 GB of
■ A dual-power input relay for CPU.
■ Automatic failover without CPU restart.
■ Continuous and uninterrupted power.
■ An IP66 rating.
■ Rugged glass-on-glass.
■ A resistive touchscreen interphase.
■ Two fiber-optic network connections.
■ Up to five front-mounted pushbutton switches.
■ Stainless steel lock-out flip covers.
Compact Barcode Imagers
Microscan Systems (Renton, WA) has introduced
three ultra-compact barcode imagers with
configurable hardware and firmware options all
within the smallest industrial-rated enclosures to its
MicroHAWK family. Each reader features unique
connectivity options (from Serial to USB 2.0 High
Speed to Ethernet) and industrial-rated housing up to
IP65/67. Features include:
■ The ability to select a unique combination of
features within the unit.
■ The ability to be integrated with a range of
decoders, speed options, built-in lighting options
and colors, optics, and sensors.
■ The WebLink web-brower-based barcode
Ultra Low-Profile Thermal Printers
Fujitsu Components America (Sunnyvale, CA) has
announced one of its smallest 24 V thermal printer mechanism
series, the FTP-6xGMCL series. The printers are targeted to
OEMs developing compact self-service solutions for industrial,
instrumentation, medical, retail, and transportation industries.
■ A 20% lower profile than Fujitsu’s previous FTP- 6x9MCL
■ A 200 mm/sec maximum printing speed.
■ The ability to be embedded into panel printers or standalone
■ 2 and 3” print widths.
■ A straight paper path.
■ Accommodation for a range of paper stock from 60 to 150 μm.
■ The ability to specify with an automatic cutter that performs full
or partial cuts.