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Electrical Design Software (Eplan)

Written by Kang Abu on 10:27 AM

Buat para electrical Engineer, pasti anda bertanya" software apa yang biasa digunakan untuk membuat gambar listrik di Industri" besar? Jawabannya: banyak software yang bisa digunakan. Mungkin di Asia lebih terkenal orang menggunakan Autocad Electric, di eropa Eplan, X-Elec, dll. Berikut ini video yang menjelaskan kelebihan software Eplan.







Untuk informasi lebih detail silahkan cek disitusnya:
http://www.eplanusa.com/products/eplan-electric-p8/what-s-new.html 
http://www.eplan-your-engineering.com/handbook

EPLAN Electric P8 Reference Handbook, 2nd edition

Written by an EPLAN user for EPLAN users, this 552-page handbook will put you well on your way to understanding the key concepts of the trailblazing EPLAN Electric P8 E-CAE software that's been setting standards in electrical design and documentation for more than 25 years. EPLAN Electric P8 Version 2.0 is straightforward, easy to use and contains many new innovations. The 2nd edition of this practical guide is equally clear cut and user friendly. The completely revised edition has been updated to cover the new Version 2.0 and includes a great deal of fresh material.
The handbook starts with a detailed introduction to EPLAN Electric P8 and goes on to describe the system's many functions. Program-specific features are highlighted and tips for accomplishing general everyday tasks are presented. New chapters provide an in-depth explanation of the brand new EPLAN Pro Panel module (3D mounting layout) and the numerous features and improvements found in Version 2.0. There is also a brief introduction to master data, forms and plot frames as well as a chapter containing answers to FAQs.
Other topics covered include: Creating projects // New features in the graphical editor // Using the various navigators // Device types and functions // Managing parts and messages // Revision control // Option technology // Macros with value setsPractical examples illustrate the many ways to use EPLAN Electric P8, providing readers with new methods of mastering day-to-day tasks.
About the Author
Bernd Gischel, graduate engineer, works for Dressel GmbH in Unna as an EPLAN administrator and designer of electrical engineering systems. Mr. Gischel has been designing with EPLAN since 1989 and is considered an expert level user of all EPLAN electrical design products including the previous versions EPLAN 5 and EPLAN 21. He moderates the corresponding EPLAN forum on www.cad.de as well as the "P8 Magic" knowledge portal in German about EPLAN Electric P8.

Examples
Register here to download the demo project referenced in the Handbook for Version EPLAN Electric P8 2.0 and EPLAN Education.
Handbook Version 1.9

Electrical Wire

Written by Kang Abu on 9:02 AM

Bagaimana cara mengetahui kekuatan penghantar listrik (Kabel) lebih detail. Silahkan cek video dibawah ini.







Electrical Wire Gauge Comparison Table

This table is the comparison chart for both AWG and metric wire sizes, including the makeup and construction of electrical wire. You can compare AWG to SWG and metric square milimeter cable sizes with the equivalent circular MIL conductor sizes. 


Circ. Mils Equivalent
Circ. Mils
Awg.
Size
Metric
Wire
Size
mm2
Stranding/ Wire
Dia. per Strand
Approximate
Overall Diameter
in mm in mm
-
1020
-
1620
1620
-
-
987
-
1480
-
-
1974
1974
-
20
-
18
18
-
-
0.50
-
0.75
-
-
1.0
1.0
1/.032
7/.0121
1/.039
1/.0403
7/.0152
1/.045
7/.017
1/.813
7/.307
1/.991
1/1.02
7/.386
1/1.14
7/.432
.032
.036
.039
.040
.046
.045
.051
0.81
0.91
0.99
1.02
1.16
1.14
1.30
2580
2580
-
-
4110
4110
-
-
2960
2960
-
-
16
16
-
-
14
14
-
-
1.5
1.5
-
-
1/.0508
7/.0192
1/.055
7/.021
1/.0641
7/.0242
1/1.29
7/.488
1/1.40
7/5.33
1/1.63
7/.615
.051
.058
.055
.063
.064
.073
1.29
1.46
1.40
1.60
1.63
1.84
-
-
6530
6530
-
-
4934
4934
-
-
7894
7894
-
-
12
12
-
-
2.5
2.5
-
-
4
4
1/.071
7/.027
1/.0808
7/.0305
1/.089
7/.034
1/1.80
7/.686
1/2.05
7/.775
1/2.26
7/.864
.071
.081
.081
.092
.089
.102
1.80
2.06
2.05
2.32
2.26
2.59
10380
10380
-
-
13090
13090
-
-
11840
11840
-
-
10
10
-
-
9
9
-
-
6
6
-
-
1/.1019
7/.0385
1/.109
7/.042
1/.1144
7/.0432
1/2.59
7/.978
1/2.77
7/1.07
1/2.91
7/1.10
.102
.116
.109
.126
.1144
.130
2.59
2.93
2.77
3.21
2.91
3.30
16510
16510
-
-
20820
20820
-
-
19740
19740
-
-
8
8
-
-
7
7
-
-
10
10
-
-
1/.1285
7/.0486
1/.141
7/.054
1/.1443
7/.0545
1/3.26
7/1.23
1/3.58
7/1.37
1/3.67
7/1.38
.128
.146
.141
.162
.144
.164
3.26
3.70
3.58
4.12
3.67
4.15
26240
26240
-
33090
41740
-
-
31580
-
-
6
6
-
5
4
-
-
16
-
-
1/.162
7/.0612
7/.068
7/.0688
7/.0772
1/4.11
7/1.55
7/1.73
7/1.75
7/1.96
.162
.184
.204
.206
.232
4.11
4.66
5.18
5.24
5.88
-
-
52620
66360
-
-
49340
49340
-
-
69070
69070
-
-
3
2
-
-
25
25
-
-
35
35
7/.085
19/.052
7/.0867
7/.0974
7/.100
19/.061
7/2.16
19/1.32
7/2.20
7/2.47
7/2.54
19/1.55
.255
.260
.260
.292
.300
.305
6.48
6.60
6.61
7.42
7.62
7.75
Circ. Mils Equivalent
Circ. Mils
Awg.
Size
Metric
Wire
Size
mm2
Stranding/ Wire
Dia. per Strand
Approx.
Overall Diameter
in mm in mm
83690
-
105600
133100
-
167800
167800
-
98680
-
-
138100
-
-
1
-
1/0
2/0
-
3/0
3/0
-
50
-
-
70
-
-
19/.0664
19/.073
19/.0745
19/.0837
19/.086
19/.094
37/.0673
19/1.69
19/1.85
19/1.89
19/2.13
19/2.18
19/2.39
37/1.71
.332
.365
.373
.419
.430
.470
.471
9.43
9.27
9.46
10.6
10.9
11.9
12.0
-
-
211600
-
250mcm
300mcm
187500
187500
-
237.8mcm
-
-
-
-
4/0
-
-
-
95
95
-
120
-
150
19/.101
37/.072
19/.1055
37/.081
37/.0822
37/.090
19/2.57
37/1.83
19/2.68
37/2.06
37/2.09
37/2.29
.505
.504
.528
.567
.575
.630
12.8
12.8
13.4
14.4
14.6
16.0
350mcm
-
400mcm
-
-
500mcm
500mcm
-
365.1mcm
-
473.6mcm
473.6mcm
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
185
-
240
240
-
-
37/.0973
37/.100
37/.104
37/.114
61/.089
37/.1162
61/.0905
37/2.47
37/2.54
37/2.64
37/2.90
61/2.26
37/2.95
61/2.30
.681
.700
.728
.798
.801
.813
.814
17.3
17.8
18.5
20.3
20.3
20.7
20.7
-
600mcm
700mcm
750mcm
750mcm
-
592.1mcm
-
-
-
-
789.4mcm
-
-
-
-
-
300
-
-
-
-
400
61/.099
61/.0992
61/.1071
61/.1109
91/.0908
61/.114
61/2.51
61/2.52
61/2.72
61/2.82
91/2.31
61/2.90
.891
.893
.964
.998
.999
1.026
22.6
22.7
24.5
25.4
25.4
26.1
800mcm
800mcm
1000mcm
1000mcm
-
-
-
986.8mcm
-
1233.7mcm
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
500
-
625
61/.1145
61/.0938
61/.1280
91/.1048
91/.117
61/2.91
91/2.38
61/3.25
91/2.66
91/2.97
1.031
1.032
1.152
1.153
1.287
26.2
26.2
29.3
29.3
32.7
1250mcm
1250mcm
1500mcm
1500mcm
-
-
-
-
-
1578.8mcm
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
800
91/.1172
127/.0992
91/.1284
127/.1087
91/.132
91/2.98
127/2.52
91/.1284
127/.1087
91/.132
1.289
1.290
1.412
1.413
1.452
32.7
32.8
35.9
35.9
36.9
-
2000mcm
2000mcm
1973.5mcm
-
-
-
-
-
1000
-
-
91/.147
127/.1255
169/.1088
91/3.73
127/3.19
169/2.76
1.617
1.632
1.632
41.1
41.5
41.5

Remark:
AWG:
An electronics industry acronym for American Wire Gauge. AWG is a measure of the thickness of copper, aluminum and other wiring in the U.S. and elsewhere. Copper cabling typically varies from 18 to 26 AWG. The higher the number, the thinner the wire. The thicker the wire, the less susceptible it is to interference. AWG is known as BS (Brown & Sharp wire gauge). The AWG gauging system is defined as a geometrical progression because of the drawing mechanism nature. The 36 AWG is defined as 5 mil diameter, and the 4/0 AWG is defined as 460 mil diameter. In general, thin wire cannot carry the same amount of electrical current the same distance that thicker wire can. 


MIL:
A measurement of length or width; also of volume and angle. One mil is 0.001 inches length or width; in England, I am told that the term "thou" is 0.001 inch. Used frequently in measuring very large wire sizes. The circular mil is a unit of area used especially when denoting the cross-sectional size of a wire or cable. It is the equivalent area of a circle whose diameter is 0.001 (10-3) inch, or approximately 0.7854 millionths of a square inch (or 2.5 x 10-7 times pi). In plane geometry, area always varies in direct proportion to the square of the linear dimension. Thus, if wire A is twice the diameter of wire B, then wire A has four times the cross-sectional area, in circular mils, of B. If wire C is 1/5 of the diameter of wire D, then C has 1/25 the cross-sectional area, in circular mils, of D. In this respect, the circular mil is like any other unit for measurement of area. Because the circular mil is, as its name implies, based on a circular unit of measure rather than a rectangular unit, conversions between circular mils and square units such as the meter squared (m2) or centimeter squared (cm2) can be awkward. To convert circular mils approximately to meters squared (m2), multiply by 5.066 x 10-10. Conversely, multiply by 1.974 x 109. To convert circular mils approximately to centimeters squared (cm2), multiply by 5.066 x 10-6. Conversely, multiply by 1.974 x 105.

As to volume, a metric unit of volume is equal to one thousandth of a liter. With respect to circular angular measurement, a mil (in military terms) is equal to 1/6400 of a complete revolution.


Satu pertanyaan dari saya: Kenapa di Indonesia banyak kejadian kebakaran yang disebabkan oleh hubungan singkat (short circuit) arus listrik? .... Jawabannya: Salah satunya karena Ilmu listrik ini tidak digunakan. Sehingga kekuatan kabel tidak diperhitungkan dengan beban listrik yang terpasang. Kualitas kabel juga sangat mempengaruhi, jadi jangan sembarang menggunakan kabel listrik asal merek, kabel buat speaker dipakai buat listrik.. hal ini banyak terjadi di lingkungan kita. So, Gunakan ilmunya, Insya Allah pasti aman.

Free PLC Training Video

Written by Kang Abu on 8:51 AM

Dibawah ini beberapa video mengenai PLC training. Menjelaskan sistem Ladder dan fungsi-fungsi yang ada di PLC. Lebih detailnya silahkan simak video di bawah ini. Gratis!!





Contoh Control Panel yang ada di Industri.



Bagaimana cara merawat Control Panel, silahkan cek video dibawah ini.



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All Videos About Robot in Industries.

Written by Kang Abu on 12:44 PM

Dibawah ini beberapa video mengenai aplikasi robot di industri-industri. Selamat menonton semoga bermanfaat.









Bersambung ya.... To be continue...

Packaging : Robotics from Cermex

Written by Kang Abu on 12:38 PM

Cermex here demonstrates the use of robotics in packaging.

In continuation of its range of "Ready to Pack" modules and machines, Cermex has just developed a new version of wrap around case packer for one of its customers, a French SME in the food industry. It is able to load cartons or flowpacked aluminium trays of frozen food either horizontally or on edge ... for optimal industrial flexibility and merchandising!

Over and above the integration of two robots in a same wrap around case packer, this new application demonstrates the importance of Cermex's policy of designing by functional and industrial sub-assemblies adopted more than 3 years ago. All new Cermex machines are developed or redeveloped based on this pragmatic approach which consists in optimising the expertise of each team of technicians in the Design Offices (120 employees out of a total staff of 500), before combining the elements into a unique machine for the customer.

This approach combines the best of empirical and human knowledge (such as expertise in cardboard handling) with the best of current technology (such as the development of robotics).

After being spaced out at the case packer infeed, the frozen products in cartons or flowpacked aluminium trays are stacked directly in the tooling of one of the two robots. The tooling is in fact a mechanical gripper which descends step by step on each product in order to build up the programmed number of cartons or trays.

In order to meet the speed, two identical robots are installed on each side of the product infeed conveyor, so that the second robot can take over from the first one when the latter is loading its stack of products into the case.

The principal advantage of this solution, with two robots integrating the product collating system, consists in making the most of the mechanical potential of the robot. Instead of reaching up to 50 cycles/min with each robot loading single products in order to keep up with the nominal product infeed speed, Cermex divides this speed by 5 or even 10 by handling a complete batch for each cycle.

The effects of inertia related to speed and acceleration are much easier to control at low speed than at high speed. Accuracy in gripping and loading the products is also more reliable at this level of speed, a significant point for applications with this type of primary packaging (flowpacks in particular).

Controlled product manipulation is also guaranteed during loading by keeping the batch of cartons on edge using the suction cups on the gripping head (grippers retracted) until the case flaps are folded, thus preventing products from falling.

At the same time as products are collated and loaded, the Cermex WB case packer extracts and erects the cardboard blank (trays with upper ledges in this instance) which encases the products as per Cermex standards in terms of automation of corrugated cardboard packaging.



There are a number of films here on the packaging industry. This is because I am the publisher of Central and Eastern European Packaging -- http://www.ceepackaging.com - the international platform for the packaging industry in this region focussing on the latest innovations, trends, design, branding, legislation and environmental issues with in-depth profiles of major industry achievers. Most people may think packaging pretty boring but it possibly effects your life more than you really imagine!

Central and Eastern European Packaging examines the packaging industry throughout this region, but in particular in the largest regional economies which are Russia, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and Austria. That is not to say that the other countries are forgotten, they are not, but obviously there is less going on. However the fact that there are so many travel related films here is not from holidays but from business trips attending trade fairs around the region. Every packaging trade fair is a new excuse to make another film!

Visit: http://www.cermex.fr

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