IMTS 2016 - Automator America - Controlling Marks

Sep 12, 2016 -- Automator America announces release of the AC500-3.0 Universal Controller for their line of pneumatic, electric and scribe marking systems.

The AC500 Universal Dot Peen controller has been the benchmark for the marking industry since its release in 2010.  The 3.0 release increases the flash memory, changes to an even faster/cooler processor and includes software enhancements requested by the market. This new release also extends the list of competitors marking heads that can be operated by the controller.  We have also expanded our abilities to operate and communicate with outside equipment including control of any smart motor. 

Programming upgrades allow for deeper marks through multiple dot repetition. Standard programming allows you to mark alpha/numeric, symbols, logos and bar codes through the user-friendly touch screen. Connectivity with the controller through Ethernet and RS232 is enhanced including options for Explicit and Implicit EtherNET/IP.

Weighing in at 1.46 kg (3.22 lbs.) this controller has a fireproof and dust resistant resin enclosure and includes fan vents for better air circulation. This new light weight controller has been approved by SABIC and is designed to ensure reliability in high stress working conditions.

Automator America has been providing industrial identification solutions since 1948 with a strong history of successful installations for direct-part marking needs. The product line includes traditional impact marking, roll stamping and hot marking systems with advanced technologies of dot peen, scribe and laser marking. Visit www.automator.com to learn more.

To discuss your marking requirements contact Automator America at 740-983-0157 or email Email Contact.

Contacts:
Greg McDaniel
740-983-0157




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