Space-saving Advanced Controllers deliver on Performance

Perfectly suited for switching from older generations of controllers, the Simatic S7?1511C-1 PN and 1512C-1 PN advanced controllers perfectly combine small size with high performance since all key technology functions are already integrated.

These compact? controllers are ideal where saving space is especially important, such as in machine manufacturing.?

  • ?Distinctly compact design
  • ?CPU plus inputs and outputs in one enclosure
  • ?CPU 1511C-1 PN, 85 mm wide, with 32 digital IO ports and a bit performance of 60 ns
  • ?CPU 1512C-1 PN, 110 mm wide, with 64 digital IO ports and a bit performance of 48 ns
  • ?Technology functions such as metering, measuring, and positioning already integrated into hardware
  • ?Low procurement costs (compared to modular controllers with modules – resulting ?in simplified stock keeping)

These Advanced Controllers from Siemens are small in size but big in performance. The CPU 1511C-1 PN has a bit performance of 60 ns; the equivalent performance for the somewhat larger CPU 1512C-1 PN is 48 ns. Just by switching from older generations of controllers, users benefit from the large range of functions in the high-performance hardware. For integrating into networks, both models have a Profinet connection with two ports and an integrated Web server.

The engineering of the new Simatic S7?1500 controller in compact design is through the current version of TIA Portal V13. In addition to tried and tested functions such as Safety Integrated and industrial security, the current TIA Portal now features, for example, a comprehensive library design that makes it possible to transfer automation know-how not just within a team but across the entire company. It is also easier to commission Profinet networks.

Contact one of our skilled automation specialists to learn how Siemens can meet your demands of less required space, integrated technology functions and lower initial costs with our new compact controllers of the SIMATIC S7-1500 series.

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