LAPP Australia expands industrial networking range
LAPP Australia has announced a distribution partnership with the German company Helmholz, a manufacturer of decentralised I/O systems, industrial protocol converters and secure IoT remote machine access solutions.
“Helmholz has an excellent track record of more than 30 years of proven and practical success, extending from industry leaders such as ThyssenKrupp drive components and Mann green energy efficiency solutions, through to specialist machine manufacturing and industrial automation innovations,” said LAPP Australia Managing Director Simon Pullinger.
Helmholz’s product spectrum extends from a decentralised I/O system to switches and repeaters, gateways, a NAT gateway/firewall and secure IoT remote machine access technologies integral to remote maintenance, visualisation, alarm functions and logging.
Pullinger said the quality, reliability and practicality focus of Helmholz ideally complements LAPP Australia’s capability expansion across technology solutions involving market sectors such as intralogistics, rail, energy storage systems, food and beverage, resource and industrial processing.
“Helmholz’s market focus is to offer the perfect solution for every automation task: through market-driven, clever products and uncomplicated, fast and effective support that is vital to ensuring production uptime and product time to market,” he added.
The Helmholz range will be managed nationally through industrial automation engineer Uthaya Sivanathan, who is Technical Solutions Manager for the Industrial Automation and Networking division of LAPP Australia.
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