Protection for the areas of application of the future
Innovative housing solutions for hydrogen and e-vehicle applications: This is what visitors to SPS 2023 can expect at the ROSE Systemtechnik trade fair stand. Another highlight will be the industrial panel PCs: The robust devices can be configured according to customer requirements and are ideal as a basis for manufacturing execution systems (MES) and production data acquisition systems.
Hydrogen is the energy source of the future and ROSE Systemtechnik supplies the right housing solutions for the control technology of the infrastructure. The robust Ex enclosures made of aluminum, steel and stainless steel are ideal for encapsulating electronic components, e.g. from electrolysers, compressors and caverns.
Another important step on the way to climate neutrality is the conversion of the drive technology of commercial vehicles to electric motors. The energy management of e-buses and e-construction vehicles is carried out by so-called Power Distribution Units (PDU). ROSE also offers the optimal encapsulation for these high-voltage distributors:
The empty housings made of aluminum, stainless steel, polyester and ABS protect the built-in electronics from water and foreign bodies (IP65 and higher). Aluminum housings from ROSE also have very high EMC protection and can even withstand corrosive loads. The polyester housings are also weather-resistant, flame-retardant and very impact-resistant.
Visitors will also find HMI solutions such as panel PCs, control housings and industrial monitors at the ROSE trade fair stand. All devices are manufactured in Germany from high-quality materials and configured according to customer requirements. The Panel PCs are ideal, among other things, as a basis for Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and production data acquisition systems (BDE). A comprehensive range of support arm and stand systems is available to users to conveniently connect the Panel PCs to the machine or system.
Visit ROSE at the SPS from November 14th to 16th, 2023 in Nuremberg in Hall 8 at Stand 338.