CertificationsApril 1, 2016
Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, IA, a robotic-systems integrator, has achieved AS9100C and ISO 9001:2008 certification. The related quality-management system is applicable to Genesis’ design, manufacture and service of robotic automated equipment for use in agricultural, aviation, space, defense, automotive, construction & forestry, primary metals, furniture, energy, and other industries.
Delta Computer Systems, Inc., Battle ground, WA, announced that its RMC family of motion controllers passed the Ethernet/IP conformance test, version CT13, released in December 2015. Ethernet/IP is a protocol specified by the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association verifying that automation products allow universal connection. “Delta customers have employed RMC motion controllers with Ethernet/IP communications capability for many years to achieve precise position and pressure/force control in industrial environments,” says Steve Nylund, Delta chief executive officer. “These recertification processes show that we are committed to keep our products fully compliant with industrial network standards. This assures our customers that our RMC motion controllers will continue to communicate effectively and reliably on Ethernet/IP networks.” Motion-control products designed by Delta are used worldwide for hydraulic, pneumatic and electric closed-loop control in an array of single and multi-axis applications, including testing, food, energy, automotive, entertainment, plastics, materials, aerospace, metals, forest products and others.
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