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Automation Systems from Siemens


The demands on modern machines and plants are steadily growing in all industries. With the automation systems from Siemens, you can cover all requirements while benefiting from maximum efficiency, flexibility, and cost effectiveness.
 

Consistent and efficient

The scalable portfolio of the SIMATIC family ensures an optimal solution for every application area. Take advantage of the system’s end-to-end consistency: Together with integrated engineering in the TIA Portal, it will help you substantially reduce your costs and time to market.

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STEP 7 is the software for programming programmable logic controllers PLC of the SIMATIC S7 family from Siemens AG and is the successor to STEP 5 for the SIMATIC S5 controllers. Due to the widespread use of SIMATIC controllers \(PLC and PC-based controllers\), STEP 7 has become a quasi-standard in Germany and competes with other programming tools that are also based on IEC 61131-3.
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Siemens TIA Portal
The Totally Integrated Automation Portal \(TIA Portal\) provides you with unrestricted access to our complete range of digitalized automation services, from digital planning and integrated engineering to transparent operation.
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Siemens Frequency Converters
With the SINAMICS converter family, you can solve any individual drive task in the low-voltage, medium-voltage and DC voltage range. From the Siemens inverter to motors and controls, all drive components are perfectly matched and can be easily integrated into your existing automation. With SINAMICS you are ready for digitization. You benefit from highly efficient engineering with a variety of tools for the entire product development and production process. And you also save space in the control cabinet - thanks to integrated safety technology.
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Siemens Step5
STEP 5 is the programming software for the programmable logic controllers Simatic S5 from Siemens. Siemens discontinued this software on October 1, 2005, as the Simatic S5 is no longer being developed. S5 is being followed-up by Simatic S7 with the STEP 7 programming software. With STEP 5, user programs can be created for all Simatic S5 programmable controllers.
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