NOVI, MICHIGAN, February 24, 2009 – Numatics, a leading manufacturer of pneumatics and motion control products, today introduced the G3 Fieldbus, the next generation electronic platform that allows easy access to I/O connections; it’s easy to assemble, install, commission, and maintain. The G3 Fieldbus is the only pneumatic valve manifold on the market today to contain a graphical display used for configuration/commissioning and diagnostics. The same electronic modules can be used for centralized or distributed architecture.
The innovative clip design allows for easy assembly, configuration, and flexibility. The optional Auto Recovery Module (ARM) saves the configuration information and electrically disconnects from the circuit to insure that if a failure occurs the ARM will upload the configuration settings automatically once the node is restarted. A tremendous time saver. The G3 Fieldbus – the robust leading edge technology that meets your application needs and facilitates your processes.
Visit www.asco.com/G3 to view an
online video demonstration or call 1-888-NUMATICS (1-888-686-2842) for additional information.
Numatics, a division of Emerson, has been a leading global manufacturer of pneumatic products, including air preparation, motion control, directional control valves, Fieldbus electronics, and accessories, since 1952. The company’s comprehensive product offering, knowledgeable representation, and worldwide support enable Numatics to be a single-point of fulfillment for all pneumatic component requirements. For more information contact Numatics at 888-NUMATIC (888-686-2842) or 248-596-3200, by e-mail at InsideSales@numatics.com or visit www.asco.com.
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to create innovative solutions for customers through its network power, process management, industrial automation, climate technologies, and appliance and tools businesses. Sales in fiscal 2008 were $24.8 billion. For more information, visit