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Microprocessor Controls Provide Real-Time Production Data

PMTS 2021: LoganNet is also capable of tying into a 5-stack light system for visual control.
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Logan Clutch Corp.’s LoganNet WiFi is an extension of the Logan brand of CS2001 and XT microprocessor controls that are used on over 750 Acme, Davenport, New Britain and Wickman screw machines.

Real-time data such as cycle time, parts count, run time and thread check is available via Logan Controls through the LoganNet viewer software that is included in the kit. This eliminates the need for support staff to manually record production data from an existing fleet of screw machines. LoganNet is also capable of tying into a 5-stack light system for visual control.

LoganNet, Logan Controls and Logan Hi-Lo Retrokits can be retrofitted onto most machines right on the shop floor or during machine rebuild time.

The controls are designed to give users an easy way to access productivity numbers from their Loganized screw machines. The technology is said to bring a customer’s existing fleet of screw machines well into the 21st century, without having to spend a lot of time hardwiring and cabling their machines for connectivity. The company says that wiring times can take less than an hour.

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