WAGO ETHERNET 2.0 Controller Named 2012 Engineers’ Choice & JUMPFLEX® Universal Signal Conditioner Receives Honorable Mention

WAGO Corporation’s 750-880 “ETHERNET 2.0” Programmable Fieldbus Controller has been selected by Control Engineering readers as a 2012 Engineers’ Choice (Machine and Embedded Control – PLCs). These experienced industrial professionals recognized the 750-880 for high-frequency processing, Ethernet flexibility and expanded memory via SD interface (up to 8GB of additional memory).

Guided by technological advancement, market impact and service to the industry, Control Engineering readers chose the best-of-breed among 100+ products within 30 categories. 750-880 was selected for processing up to 1000 instructions within 235 microseconds. It expedites large-scale programming while increasing capabilities by transferring device parameters, boot files or other file types between controllers. For data logging, 750-880 provides 1MB of both program and data memory, with up to 8GB of supplemental memory from the SD card. Accessible via FTP, the card is an also additional drive or data backup.

ETHERNET 2.0 — Two-Time Choice for Machine & Embedded Control:
750-880 continues ETHERNET 2.0’s industry-wide recognition. Its sibling, the 750-881 PFC was the 2011 Engineers’ Choice for Machine and Embedded Control – PLCs. Completing ETHERNET 2.0 is the 750-882 MR Controller with redundant networking via dual, independent Ethernet ports.

WAGO’s 857-402 JUMPFLEX® Universal Signal Conditioner (USC) received an Honorable Mention from Control Engineering readers for Network Integration – Signal Conditioning Diagnostics. The 6mm-wide USC supports 456 signal combinations with industry-leading input range, class-exclusive Signal Clipping and overcurrent protection via unique auto-reset fusing.


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