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Web Guide Controller (24 Vdc) comes in compact package.
Press Release Summary:
July 29, 2014 -
Compatible with existing AccuWeb web guide systems, EVO 150 features 150 W of power and can control brushed and brushless actuator motors. Control module, measuring 6.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 in., features EtherNet/IP communication protocol for uploading and downloading of guide system settings and performance parameters. Product can be mounted in EVO enclosure measuring 7 x 5 x 4 in., including one with flush-mounted, switch-pad HMI panel on face, or din-mounted in existing control panel.
Original Press Release
New Web Guide Control
Press release date: July 23, 2014
The new EVO 150 web guide control from AccuWeb provides superior power and advanced features in the smallest control yet.
Madison, Wis. – The new EVO 150 is a 24 VDC web guide controller featuring 150 watts of power with the ability to control brushed and brushless actuator motors – all in the industry’s smallest package to date. At the heart of the new system is a surprisingly small control module measuring just 6.5" x 4.5" x 1.5" with EtherNet/IP communication protocol for convenient uploading and downloading of guide system settings and performance parameters. The control module can be mounted in an EVO enclosure measuring 7” x 5” x 4”, including one with a flush-mounted, switch-pad HMI panel on the face, or din-mounted in an existing control panel. The EVO 150 is compatible with most existing AccuWeb web guide systems.
AccuWeb: (888) 422-2893 www.accuweb.com
AccuWeb, Inc., headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, is a global leader in providing technically advanced web guide systems to customers worldwide. Founded in 1984, the company was acquired in 2014 by BST International, an international leader in web tension controls as well as web guide systems. The Accuweb brand remains as the technology flagship among all web guide companies and continues to perform all product development and manufacturing at the Madison facility.