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October 13th, 2017

APTA EXPO 2017 - the year of the electric bus

Back from APTA 2017 in Atlanta. It was a great event to continue developing existing relationships and forge new ones ...more

September 15th, 2017

REO-USA at the APTA EXPO 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.

REO-USA is exhibiting at the APTA EXPO 2017 October 9 - 11 2017 in Atlanta, GA.
We are exhibiting our latest technology of Components for Railway applications. ...more

August 29th, 2017

REO-USA at the Corrosion Technology Week (CTW) in Indianapolis, Indiana

REO-USA is participating in the Corrosion Technology Week 2017, September 10-14 2017 ...more

REO-USA - News

► REO celebrates 90 years

January 20th, 2015

With innovation and experience for the future

What has begun in 1925 by Boris Freiherr von Wolff as a small Berlin-based company which manufactured resistors, switching and testing equipment and the motto "Reklame Erster Ordnung" or "Demonstrating First Class" as a literal translation, has now grown into a global company that is synonymous with innovation and sustainable business activities in various fields of electrical engineering.
Technically advanced products, strong culture of innovation and selected collaboration with universities and research establishments ensures that the company can compete in the global market by ensuring quality remains the highest priority. more

► New REO-USA EtherNet-IP vibratory feeder Controller and Line Reactor can cut downtime, boost power quality

December 18th, 2014

Two new products announced by REO-USA today allow vibratory feeder users to easily integrate office and lab areas with production operations, enable remote feeder system monitoring and adjustments from a single control center, and can also solve power quality problems that pervade the industry. The REOVIB MFS 268 EtherNet-IP variable-frequency regulator series and CNW 9022 Line Reactor are ideal companions or stand-alone products.
REOVIB MFS 268 EtherNet-IP variable-frequency controller
New REOVIB MFS 268 EtherNet-IP vibratory feeder controller from REO-USA aligns production line processes with Ethernet systems used elsewhere throughout companies, while enabling users to tune, monitor and adjust feeder controls remotely - from a single, central control area.

Available with DeviceNet, PROFIBUS-DP or RS232 interfaces, the REOVIB MFS 268 brings new dimensions to vibratory feeder system integration and efficiency with its EtherNet-IP interface.

"We are one of the first in the industry to integrate EtherNet-IP into a vibratory controller," says Rick Jones, Senior Director of Engineering for the Indianapolis, Indiana-based company. "Ethernet is the most commonly used interface in offices, laboratories and other company operations today. It makes sense to have filling line vibratory systems on the same wave length, so to speak."

Whether moving nuts and bolts, food products, pharmaceuticals, snacks or other items, Jones points out the REOVIB MFS 268 EtherNet-IP option offers multiple advantages.

"Our new controller gives users the ability to make changes on the floor from a central control area. There is no need to visit feeders and make adjustments; monitoring and altering can be done remotely. You can see how feeder controllers are functioning throughout the plant, if they're running efficiently or if there are any errors. If a problem occurs in the network, you can catch it immediately and correct it quickly without leaving the control center."

REOVIB MFS 268 EtherNet-IP output frequencies range from 5 to 300 Hz and can be adjusted to within 0.1 Hz. Furthermore, the unit's variable-frequency capabilities eliminate tons of manual tuning time, freeing users from the tedium of adding springs or weights or employing other techniques to get feeders to readily vibrate at the proper rate. more

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