Welcome to AS-Interface, the efficient, easy, and worldwide standardized bus system for the lower field level.
For the past 5 years, AS-Interface Organization and its member companies have been displaying ASi technology at the PACK EXPO, and the persistence is more than paying off. When at the first shows most visitors at the booth, having not being exposed to the technology before, were very interested in the cable and the perspective of using such an easy and cost-efficient technology, a recognition of the technology is now evident. Many visitors already knew ASi and were curious about what the new technology ASi-5 is all about.
At the traditionel Industrial Open Networks Fair in Tokyo and Osaka, our Japanese colleagues presented their AS-Interface products and innovations at the AS-Interface booth.
Tokyo, 29th July 2019 - The AS-Interface user organization Japan met for the annual general meeting in Tokyo. The positive development in the Japanese market made the AS-Interface members optimistic for the second half of the year.
The Industrial Open Networks Fair has been informing each visitor about the bene-fits of adopting open networks trough seminars and demonstrations since 2012. Meet our Japanese colleagues there at the AS-Interface booth and get informed personally about our new technology ASi-5.
Successful communication always follows a clear path. AS-Interface takes this quite literally. It uses a single reverse polarity protected two-conductor cable, carrying power and data, to connect sensors and actuators to the control system of your automation network.
Compared to the typical parallel wiring, AS-Interface’s advantage is its low wiring efforts and reduced hardware deployment. The reliable piercing technology as well as the intuitive and flexible device connection result in a significantly faster installation. Additionally, the system offers easy configuration options, leading to reduced start-up efforts and - in case of system faults – guarantees fast diagnostics and trouble shooting.
In short: AS-Interface reduces costs, while simultaneously increasing system performance.