Markus Hueffel – igus Blog

Ready, set, cut: Module Connect ensures fast commissioning of the energy supply system in the wood industry

Markus Hueffel | 16. April 2021

Thanks to the igus interface solution, every system operator is now able to unplug and plug in the self-coded assembly – absolutely securely and without specialist personnel. The individually configured assemblies offer a high degree of modularity as well as safe production processes.

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Order is a must – even with often inconspicuous round connectors

Markus Hueffel | 4. September 2020

In order to be able to exploit all the advantages, a certain degree of order is also required for small connector components. This requires a way to easily fasten or securely install round connectors. And this is exactly what such plug holders are for.

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Quality products in continuous use – igus readycable with industrial plug-in connectors from HARTING supply storage and retrieval units

Markus Hueffel | 11. May 2020

In tropical conditions or even in deep freezers – a high availability of the storage and retrieval units is indispensable with a throughput of up to 30 double cycles per hour. Together with plug-in connectors from Harting, harnessed energy supply systems from igus ensure permanent availability for vertical movements in modular warehousing and logistics systems.

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How to make energy supply systems ready to plug and play

Markus Hueffel | 7. April 2020

How can energy supply systems be made ready to plug and play? The more complex the system, the more extensive the functions of the machine, and the more effort and cost often associated with the energy chain. For this reason, complex systems often require many plug-in points that must be produced and coded according to polarisation – the ideal solution is the Module Connect adapter.

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How can chain-compatible cables extend service intervals?

Markus Hueffel | 20. September 2019

At some point, you have certainly had to deal with a loose contact. Either yourself when your drill had to be serviced privately or perhaps when you were ironing clothes.

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