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Sponsored Video: Siemens announces its Sirius Act signaling devices

Siemens uses its Mockumentary to unveil its new Sirius Act signaling device
By TweakTown Staff from Mar 10, 2015 @ 6:51 CDT

Siemens has done something unique to unveil its new commanding and signaling devices, with a mockumentary on its new Sirius Act modular system. Sirius Act features a new strong design with an IP69K degree of protection, high-quality looks and easy-to-use operation.



The big point of the new Sirius Act devices is that we have a wide variety of pushbuttons and emergency stop buttons, selector and key switches, as well as acostic and optical indicators. The new parts are connected to the controller through an AS-Interface, IO-Link or standard cables. The new system is easy to deploy, and better yet - without errors, even if the holes are not keyed.


One of the other key features of the new Sirius Act commanding and signaling devices is that we have IP69K protection, which keeps the Sirius Act safe from dust, oils, caustic solutions and serious (get it?) environmental situations, where it can be easily cleaned with a high-pressure jet, even at high temperatures. This means that the Sirius Act products can be used in the harshest environments, without having to worry about breakdown over time.




Siemens also provides an online configurator where you can jump online and get what you want, configured to your liking, quick. Consumers and businesses can order single devices, housing and inscriptions that can be combined individually to a specific customer, using a drag-and-drop system. From there, customers can have an automatically generated CIN number that allows them to reorder their configuration at any time, making the entire experience super simple.


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