exceet: products “from clamp to cloud” on show at SPS IPC drives

exceet electronics will again be present at this year’s SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg. Witness how control, operation and secure connectivity of machines and devices can be brought into total harmony. Experts from exceet will show expo visitors how to develop efficient, cost-optimized manufacturing processes and user-friendly products.

The highlights include the new remote IO modules with integrated EtherCAT-CAN gateway, new x86-embedded computer variants and the i.MX6 UL SoM with larger memory, developed as the perfect complement to exceet’s successful CODESYS-enabled control and WebPanel families.

In the devices field, exceet offers a wide selection of standard products but also cross-board competency and production capabilities for custom devices. This lets the customer choose the right solution for every requirement – exceet connects a handful of devices just as securely as several thousand. The exceet Group member companies at the SPS IPC Drives are exceet electronics and LUCOM.


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