SafeInput Control, is an efficient and reliable Internet Security component Web sites and Windows based online applications. It provides confidentiality and integrity on Client-side. In other words, unauthorized users cannot capture any transmissions from customer to company and information are not altered during transmission. By deploying SafeInput, websites will be able to offer worry free security solutions to their customers on critical information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords, and credit card numbers, even if they are already infected by malicious software such as keyloggers, Trojans, viruses, worms, and the like. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
SafeInput Control Publisher’s Description
The F Configuration Tool is part of S7 Distributed Safety and S7 F Systems. It provides fail-safe modules in Hardware Config of STEP 7 V5.
Since the data of release for new fail-safe modules is not always identical to that of a new package for S7 Distributed Safety or S7 F Systems, the individual versions are available for download here.
Our Bulletin 5069 Compact 5000™ I/O modules provide high-performance control in a compact design, and expand the performance capabilities of the Logix platform. They are the local I/O modules in a CompactLogix™ 5380 Compact GuardLogix® 5380, or CompactLogix 5480 system and safety options are available. These modules are the ideal distributed I/O solution on an EtherNet/IP network for CompactLogix 5380, Compact GuardLogix® 5380, CompactLogix 5480, ControlLogix® 5580, and GuardLogix 5580 controllers with safety module restrictions. They are great for applications with high-processing requirements.
Our FLEX 5000™ I/O modules are a rugged and flexible distributed I/O solution, which allows you to choose your I/O to meet your operational needs. FLEX 5000 I/O enhances communication with 1 Gb EtherNet/IP™ connectivity, which offers higher speed and increased bandwidth. To provide flexibility in your network architecture, these modules includes 2 copper or 2 fiber ports (SFP) and support for DLR, Star, Linear, and PRP topologies.
AS-Interface Safety at Work
- Monitoring of up to 31 safe AS-i slaves
- Areas of application: door monitoring, light curtains, e-stop, two-hand control
- Safe AS-i modules for field applications and control cabinets
- Safe AS-i door switches with guard locking and guard lock monitoring
AS-Interface Safety at Work
AS-Interface is a simple and economic wiring system for the first level of industrial communication. An AS-Interface network consists of a control unit, the so-called master, the modules for signal processing, and the associated sensors and actuators.
Safety components can easily be incorporated into an AS-i network via AS-Interface Safety at Work. Signals from standard units and safe components are transmitted via a common cable.
The fail-safe AS-i PLC is certified for use in safety-related applications up to SIL 3, PL e.
AS-i safety monitors are used to monitor safety components in AS-i systems. They monitor the code sequences to be transmitted in the AS-i network. In the case of message deviations or timeouts the monitor ensures the safe state of the system.
Safe AS-i modules detect safety-related switching states of 1- or 2-channel E-stops, position switches or door contacts. Using the safe input module safety-related components without integrated AS-i interface can be connected to the AS-i system.
SafeInput Control is an efficient and reliable Internet Security component for websites and Windows based online applications. It provides confidentiality and integrity on Client-side. In other words, unauthorized users cannot capture any transmissions from customer to company and information are not altered during transmission. SafeInput also enables your Web-based application to perform all MD5 encryption directly on the user’s computer for better security, flexibility and performance. At the same time, it reduces the workload of your server. By deploying SafeInput, websites will be able to offer worry free security solutions to their customers on critical information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and credit card numbers, even if they are already infected by malicious software such as keyloggers, Trojans, viruses, worms, and the like. Yes, information in transmission is encrypted and secure because you purchased SSL certificate, but what about personal information they typed in before the transmission, shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t those be encrypted and protected as well? The consequences can be very severe for the business from which the number was stolen Ã¢â‚¬â€ such incidents can ruin a company’s reputation, cause direct or indirect loss and possibly expose it to legal liability. SafeInput will provide you with an unprecedented client-side protection technology.