EPLAN Data Portal Update February 2022

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February 4, 2022

Since February 2nd, in addition to updated data EPLAN are very pleased to announce the following new partner:

New manufacturer catalogs

  •    –   Littlefuse, Inc. – 19 new data sets with protection devices

New and update data sets

  •    –   ABB Stotz Kontakt GmbH – 393 new and 122 updated data sets with switches and contactors
  •    –   Balluff GmbH – 15 new and 1 updated data set with cables, plugs, lights, sensors, switches and pushbuttons
  •    –   Danfoss Drives A/S – 36 new and 47 updated data sets with converters
  •    –   ETI Elektroelement d.o.o. – 926 new and 907 updated data sets with protection devices, relays, contactors, miscellaneous, sensors, switches and pushbuttons
  •    –   Eaton Industries GmbH – 840 new data sets with protection devices
  •    –   Fuji Electric FA Components Co., Ltd. – 1,238 new and 401 updated data sets with heatings, relays, contactors, measuring instruments and test devices
  •    –   HARTING Electric GmbH & Co. KG – 3,226 updated data sets with plugs, housing accessories, external extension, generals, connection splicers / line connectors
  •    –   ifm electronic gmbh – 2 new and 20 updated data sets with transmission paths, PLC, sensors, switches and pushbuttons
  •    –   Igus GmbH – 3 new and 3 updated data sets with converters
  •    –   IMI Precision Engineering plc – 437 new and 24 updated data sets with valves
  •    –   JUMO GmbH & Co. KG – 3 new data sets with converters
  •    –   KALEJA GmbH – 3 new data sets with amplifiers and controllers
  •    –   Lapp Kabel GmbH – 2,017 updated data sets with cables
  •    –   Lenze SE – 1 new and 63 updated data sets with resistors
  •    –   Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG – 12 new data sets with sensors
  •    –   LOVATO SPA – 50 new and 15 updated data sets with relays, contactors, measuring instruments, test devices, power switchgears, converters and lock systems
  •    –   Metz Connect GmbH – 2 new data sets with PLC
  •    –   Mitsubishi Electric Corporation – 944 updated data sets with circuit breakers
  •    –   MISUMI Corporation VONA – 38 updated data sets with cables
  •    –   Murrelektronik GmbH – 11 new data sets with passive sensor/actuator distributors and connectors
  •    –   Nidec Control Techniques – 2 new data sets with generals and converters
  •    –   Omron Europe B.V. – 99 new data sets with sensors
  •    –   Pepperl+Fuchs SE – 11 new data sets with sensors, switches and pushbuttons
  •    –   Parker Hannifin GmbH – 77 new data sets with actors and cylinders
  •    –   Pilz GmbH & Co. KG – 7 new and 48 updated data sets with PLC
  •    –   PHOENIX CONTACT GmbH & Co. KG – 121 new and 1,220 updated data sets with terminals and plugs
  •    –   Rockwell Automation – 68 new data sets with PLC and relays
  •    –   Rockwell Automation (NFPA Data) – 68 new data sets with PLC and relays
  •    –   Schneider Electric – 73 new and 1 updated data set with PLC, relays and contactors
  •    –   Sick AG – 3,577 new and 4,778 updated data sets with sensors, switches and pushbuttons
  •    –   Siemens AG – 309 new and 358 updated data sets with PLC, converters, ground fault current circuit breakers and circuit breakers
  •    –   SMC Corporation – 2 updated data sets with sensors
  •    –   TE Connectivity – 651 new and 374 updated data sets with plugs
  •    –   TOYOGIKEN Co., Ltd. – 461 updated data sets with terminals
  •    –   Wiesemann & Theis GmbH – 4 updated data sets with PLC
  •    –   Wuxi Xinje Electric Co., Ltd. – 22 new data sets with converters


  •    –   1 new manufacturer
  •    –   36 updated manufacturer
  •    –   7,973 new data sets
  •    –   15,072 updated data sets
  •    –   5 deleted data set
  •    –   13,041 new parts with EDS
  •    –   In total 507,727 parts with EDS
  •    –   In total 1,162,816 data sets live in EDP


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