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A standard for intuitive operation

The steute Schaltgeräte company has developed a new foot control particularly suited to niche medical applications. Guido Becker, Product Manager Meditec at steute Schaltgeräte GmbH & Co. KG, explained the features of these newly developed interfaces to our editorial team.

Source: MEDengineering (07/2017)
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Network replaces point-to-point connections

Using a wireless network, switching and command devices can be connected to a company IT flexibly and at "shopfloor" level – without cables and, thanks to the latest version of sWave.NET, requiring very little configuration. The network is integrated directly in the user IT platform. First applications already exist, some in intralogistics.

Source: me (05/2017) agt agile technik verlag gmbh
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Wireless detection / Position monitoring of hooks and booms on telescopic cranes

Not cabled, but cable-free: true to this motto, Paus is currently equipping one of its crane series with new safety features. Wireless switching devices monitor the position of the crane hook and the extension of the telescopic elements.

Source: Hebezeuge und Fördermittel (11/2017)
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Foot control for function selection, voice control for device selection

Controls for medical equipment: at the Medica, steute Meditec will be presenting a demonstrator for the interoperable OR. The fair will also witness the premiere of a new, modular foot control system.

Source: medizin&technik (06/2017)
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Complete freedom for bending and pressing processes

In press brakes, wireless switches in various designs not only improve ergonomic comfort, but also contribute to flexible automation.

Source: konstruktions praxis (10/2017)
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