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29. June 2021

Condition Monitoring: relieving the burden on the PLC

Condition Monitoring with the SeGMo-System

Systems for condition monitoring enable the actual status of the plant to be assessed. To monitor positioning drives, plant manufacturers and operators frequently rely on extensive programming that places unnecessarily high loads on the capacities of the real-time bus. The solution from Lenord+Bauer for data and system analysis provides a remedy.

11. June 2021

Sensor twins nominated

Good news: our i³SAAC Precision System is nominated for the messtec + sensor masters award 2021. The winners of the award are determined via online voting. Vote for the robust and high-precision sensor kit here.

08. June 2021

A direct line to customers

Francesco Fontana

Lenord+Bauer is expanding its sales activities with the establishment of a subsidiary in Italy. As an automation technology specialist, our presence in Milan will reinforce ties with key customers in the mechanical engineering and rail vehicle manufacturing sectors. 

25. May 2021

Retrofitting ensures continuous operation

Space-saving threaded sensor

To ensure that modern train control systems receive reliable square-wave signals, vehicle operators have to regularly replace passive sensors with active ones. Lenord+Bauer screw-in threaded sensors are used to upgrade rail vehicles to the state of the art, thus ensuring that they can continue to operate reliably.

16. March 2021

The key to process reliability

Digital position display for semi-automation

Fast and controlled format changes: thanks to the intuitive SeGMo-Assist digital position display from Lenord+Bauer, that's now possible even in plants without fully automated adjustment.

02. March 2021

Dynamic traction control

Speed sensor for traction control

When it comes to controlling traction in electric motors, often only slightly resolved speed signals are available. This makes it more difficult to start on inclines, for instance. Thanks to integrated pulse multiplication, a high-resolution speed sensor from Lenord + Bauer enables much more dynamic control behaviour. Rolling detection, too, benefits from the greater number of…

11. February 2021

Enjoying work? Of course!

Six Oberhausen companies are among the top employers in the SME sector in 2021. This was a result of a study carried out by news magazine FOCUS Business in cooperation with the ratings platform

22. January 2021

Lenord+Bauer honoured

Lenord, Bauer & Co. GmbH has been awarded the “Innovation through research” seal of the Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft e.V., a donors' association for the promotion of education, science and innovation in Germany. The award honours the company's commitment to university research, teaching and association work.

21. December 2020

Smart system for positioning applications

Double-head sensor solution mounted on a spindle

In rotary table applications, maximum precision counts when it comes to workpiece positioning. The exact mounting of the target wheel has a considerable influence on the achievable positioning accuracy, especially if the wheel has a small diameter. Thanks to the new i³SAAC-Precision-System from Lenord+Bauer, this can now be significantly improved. The system also offers…

11. December 2020

Increased route utilisation thanks to Cold Movement Detection

Cold Movement Detector, European Train Control System (ETCS)

Lenord + Bauer has developed a Cold Movement Detector. This is suitable for all rail vehicles which are to be equipped with an on-board "European Train Control System (ETCS)" including Cold Movement Detection (CMD) according to Baseline 3. Use of the new sensor eliminates the need to travel slowly so that the Radio Block Center (RBC) can determine the position reliably. The…

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