Banner Engineering introduces the DXM1000 and 1200 Industrial Wireless Controllers. The new models of the DXM Series wireless controllers build on the programming and logic capabilities of their predecessors. The DXM1000 features increased processing power of 300Mhz and 16MB memory. The DXM1200 offers that same processing power and memory and is housed in an IP67 rated enclosure for easy installation in challenging environments. These improvements make it possible for users to create more complex solutions and solve more applications.
Increased Processing Power and Memory
DXM Series wireless controllers now have three times more processing power and eight times more memory than was previously available. Along with this comes an additional 2000 standard volatile registers, 1000 non-volatile registers and 1500 floating point registers for increased data capacity and flexibility in generating solutions. This improvement also expands the ScriptBasic programming capabilities offered by the DXM Series and enables larger scripts and faster script processing.
Rugged Housing For Harsh Environments
The robust, IP67 rated housing of the DXM1200 easily installs in most environments without the need for an additional enclosure. With peel-and-stick implementation, bring the improved processing power and memory of the DXM into challenging applications without hassle.
Easy Access to Critical Equipment Data
By integrating a wireless radio, cellular and Ethernet connectivity, and local I/O, DXM Series wireless controllers make it easy to connect devices in local wireless networks with the internet and/or host systems. A DXM can collect data from sensors and other input devices, log the data, communicate status updates to other devices on the network, and send email and text notifications for user-defined events. Collected data can be sent to a Cloud Webserver or PLC for remote monitoring and analysis.
Complete, End-to-End IIoT Solutions
Build on the features and capabilities offered by the DXM by using Banner’s Connected Data Solutions cloud software. Powerful tools built into the software make it easy to access and analyze data from each device in the network, establish performance baselines and thresholds, identify trends and issues, and make better decisions about your equipment and assets.
- Pick-to-light assembly
- Kitting or order fulfillment
- Remote monitoring
- Predictive maintenance