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Sercos webinar series: Moving forward with tradition & innovation

Sercos International will present a free German and English-language webinar series “Moving forward with tradition & innovation” in the first quarter of 2014.

The series is hosted by Peter Lutz, Managing Director of Sercos International. In the first 30-minute presentation, he shows why Sercos® is employed with great success in a wide variety of machine and plant construction sectors and how the Sercos technology continuously adapts to changing requirements of users and manufacturers.The German-language webinar takes place at 10 am CET on January 29, 2014, the English webinar at 4 pm CET.

In the second part of the series on February 26, 2014, Lutz shows how easily, quickly, and flexibly peripheral components of a machine or plant can be connected using the Sercos automation bus.  He explains why Sercos is one of the fastest real-time Ethernet protocols, which network topologies can be implemented, and how the commissioning of a Sercos network takes place. The possibility of connecting safety-oriented peripheral equipment via Sercos without additional hardware is also discussed.
The German-language webinar takes place at 10 am CET, the English webinar at 5 pm CET.

The webinar series concludes on March 10, 2014 with the topic “Sercos in practice: efficient, reliable and economical.” This presentation, shows why Sercos enables efficient, reliable and economical networking in machine and plant construction and how Sercos makes optimal use of the available bandwidth of Fast Ethernet. Moreover, Lutz explains features such as hot plugging, ring redundancy and synchronization.
Here, too, the German-language webinar takes place at 10 am CET. The English presentation at 4 pm CET.

All webinars last approximately 30 minutes. There is also time for questions and content-based dialog after the presentation. Interested individuals can register for the various webinars directly via the Sercos website.

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