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Welcome to the PLCnext Community

This website is built to help you getting started with your PLCnext Control and PLCnext Engineer
Registered users are invited to use the Forum and the Makers Blog to share their experiences and ideas with the community and our product specialists.

 

 

 

 


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PLCnext Technology makes many things possible! And we want to share that with you...

Find user stories of interesting ideas and solutions in our Makers Blog.

You can now contribute to this blog yourself. All you need to do is to log in, click Makers Blog on the upper menu bar and select Create a Blog entry. The advanced editor will open and you can type right away, add media, code, and other stuff to your description.

If you are unsure how this works, here is an easy tutorial for you.

Become a part of the community and share your experiences with PLCnext Technology. We look forward to your ideas and your feedback.

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What's new?

New Video: PLCnext Store - install unexpected possibilities

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A woman works in a bar and has to walk home in the dark every night. Her colleague likes her and knows somebody at the municipal utility but what does all of that have to do with the PLCnext Store?... Watch this new video about the PLCnext Store now available on YouTube and find out.

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Hannover Messe 2019: new releases

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During the Hannover Messe 2019, we updated you about new, innovative products from Phoenix Contact through daily livestreams - two of them were about the PLCnext Store and the new PLCnext Control RFC 4072S. Watch the videos from our livestreams here...

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Available now: New Firmware 2019.3

My Post 20The brand new Firmware 2019.3 is out now:

Use the Profinet Redundancy Layer (PRL) for Profinet devices in order to set up a PLCnext Control AXC F 2152 as an underlying device for the RFC 460R in a redundancy system.

The new dynamic bus configuration for the Axioline local bus allows you to configure the Axioline bus from the application* without having to manually assemble the bus structure beforehand. These and other new firmware features will #enhance your possibilities in PLCnext Technology - again.

The Inline adapter terminal AXC F IL ADAPT is supported by the firmware as well as the new PLCnext Store App types: the first Function Extensions and Runtime apps are now available.

* read, configure and start the Axioline bus using the Axioline RSC Service or the corresponding PLCnext Engineer Function Block - this is not related to the PLCnext Engineer feature "Read Axioline Bus"

PLCnext Technology on Instagram

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Hi everyone,

there's good news: PLCnext Technology has found a new social media home on Instagram.  

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Hashtags #plcnext and #iamplcnext

With the hashtags #plcnext and #iamplcnext we want to make our community visible. So if you have an exciting posts about PLCnext Technology, please use these hashtags.

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The IXON Cloud Connector on the PLCnext Store is your gateway to remote access and Industrial IoT

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Connecting PLCs to your web-based IIoT portal has never been easier. Manage, monitor and control your systems, and turn machine data into insights using advanced reporting and alarms with integrated IXON Cloud and connectivity.

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CODESYS Control for PLCnext Technology

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The PLCnext controller from Phoenix Contact can be programmed with the market-leading IEC 61131-3 tool CODESYS.

Watch the following video for further information.

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Feel the pulse of your machinery SIGA & PLCnext Technology

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SIGA OT Solutions and Phoenix Contact have been collaborating for several years, by employing Phoenix Contact's conditioners, measuring transducers, communication modules and other accessories as integrated components of SIGA solutions and SIGAPlattform product line. Recently, Phoenix Contact invited SIGA to integrate its SigaCloud App with its trailblazing control technology, called PLCnext Technology.

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Event Based Architecture for PLCnext Technology

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Use FourZero to Implement Event Driven Control Architecture on your PLCnext instead of creating inefficient cyclic controls

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