Rittal portal delivers component and device data

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Dec 3, 2009

The web-based Eplan Data Portal delivers around 100,000 pieces of the latest component and device data from numerous component manufacturers.

A collection of device and component data - provided directly by companies such as ABB, Rittal, Phoenix Contact and Lapp Kabel - that has been verified for use in the Eplan platform, ensures engineering at maximum speed.

Integrated connection diagrams and function templates provide the exact representation of complex devices and components.

Integrated connection diagrams and function templates provide the exact representation of complex devices and components.

A desired component can be found by using a keyword, manufacturer name, product group or catalogue view in the direct-search function.

Consistent and reliable data is entered directly in a project from the Eplan Data Portal - with all the convenient functions of a web-based solution.

With just a click, complete macros of, for example, PLC devices, measuring transducers or frequency converters can be imported into an Eplan project.

Integrated connection diagrams and function templates provide the exact representation of complex devices and components.

This ensures a smooth implementation due to the data being available in Eplan-ready format for immediate use in the project.

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