Sponsored Video:  Siemen’s Sirius ACT pushbuttons and signaling devices

Posted on 27 April 2017 by Tony Santos

For 165 years, German tech-powerhouse Siemens has been improving lives in the field of electrification, automation and digitalization globally. It’s known for its energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies and infrastructure solutions. One of its promising design is the company’s take on signaling and automation, the Sirius Act.

Heavy machineries run an assembly line to manufacture for example your car. The efficiency of this system relies heavily on accuracy and sequence assembly to increase its production quality. Perfect application where you can find SIRIUS ACT —-seriously-elegant designed Push Buttons, switches and signaling devices.

Aesthetically, Sirius Act pushbuttons and light indicators are combinations of metal and plastic elements but built for functionality and tested on tough mechanical conditions of a production line. It can survive extreme environment and have it splash with water, oil or other corrosive solutions and still maintain its reliable operation.

Sirius Act push buttons and signaling devices can also be easily integrated on any system design with its variety of options and combinations. It features an easy snap-on concept that makes an effortless and accurate installation.

On its technical installation, the Sirius Act push buttons and signaling devices are designed for less effort and time-saving integration. Minimal wiring requires and it can be setup independently while the main system operates. Utilizing the SIRIUS ACT Configurator, with three easy steps you can configure your device independently. First option, is an online imaged components-selection, drag-and-drop functions and comfortable reporting- and reorder options.

Sirius Act lines of push buttons and signaling devices should be part of your next system upgrade for very simple reasons, it can be easily integrated, reliable-toughness and flexibility.

This post has been sponsored by Siemens, but all thoughts are our own.





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