WAGO Unveils Next Generation I/O System Controller with PROFINET


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WAGO extends their family of PFC200 Generation 2 controllers with the release of the new 750-8215. The 750-8215 is IIoT-ready, comes with two Ethernet ports, two PROFINET ports, and is programmable with WAGO’s e!COCKPIT software (CODESYS 3.5). 

The PROFINET ports are switched for use as a line configuration enabling the controller to function as an I/O device connected to a PROFIBUS master. The two Ethernet ports can be used in a switched configuration or separated, and support other protocols such as EtherCat and Sparkplug (with additional licenses).

Other features of the 705-8215 controller include:

USB-A port with removable memory to extend memory capabilities of the controller

  • High Speed processor for complex applications
  • Large on-board memory plus SD card slot
  • Built-in Web server
  • CANopen port allows connection to other devices on a CAN network

 This controller can be used for multiple applications and is available now.

For more on the latest from WAGO, visit www.wago.com/us/press-contact

 About WAGO

Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at WAGO. From our pioneering CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology to our extensive range of Interconnect, Interface and Automation solutions, such as the fieldbus independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM, our customers count on the unconditional performance and reliability of our products to ensure the safe, efficient operation of their systems every time.

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