Rockwell Automation Introduces VersaView 6300 Industrial Computers

Aug. 10, 2020
Rockwell Automation levels up industrial computing portfolio following acquisition of ASEM S.p.A.

Rockwell Automation, Inc. introduces its VersaView 6300 family of Allen-Bradley industrial computers. The launch of the VersaView 6300 family follows the May 2020 acquisition of ASEM S.p.A. and represents a considerable extension of the company’s capability for industrial PCs (IPC), human machine interface (HMI) and secure Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) remote access solutions, according to the company. The products are specifically designed to withstand the conditions of industrial environments, including washdown applications in food processing and life sciences.

The first new products will include an extensive range of monitors, box PCs, panel PCs, thin clients and remote connectivity products. Additional new product variants and customization options for industrial computing will be added over the coming year.

VersaView 6300 is part of the Rockwell Automation IIoT computing capability, delivering IIoT data to where decisions are made in smart devices, on machines and across the plant. VersaView 6300 helps improve productivity and efficiency in a Connected Enterprise, particularly at the visualization and data-aggregation point.

The VersaView 6300 family will enable Rockwell Automation to meet growing trends in IPC technology, including offering highly scalable panel PCs, such as the VersaView 6300P, that give machine builders greater flexibility in what can be accessed and managed from a screen.