EASYRO® - Schema Redundanzprinzip

High availability through redundancy.

The redundancy principle is the most common procedure to prevent the failure of important components.

These additional resources provide for:

  • Increased failure prevention = reliability and reduction of failure probability of components critical for production.
  • The increase of operating reliability by ensuring uninterrupted operation.


Master and Slave


ETHERNET (master/slave connector) in the rear of the system is used to connect the two pendulum systems with one another.

The following variants of the redundancy design are possible:

Redundancy (pendulum system)

The system consists of 2 working systems (master + slave). One system is the designated master and takes over the main control.

Alternately, only one system at a time is active. 


Fig. 1
The master (system A) is working. The slave (system B) is in "Stand by" mode waiting for its signal.


Fig. 2
The master passes the signal to the slave. The slave (system B) starts to work. While the slave works (system A), the master is now in the "Stand by" mode.

Bonus Feature

To cover any dispensing peaks, the pendulum system provides an optimal Feature.

Fig. 3
While in dual mode, both units (A + B) work simultaneously as one unit. This means twice the power is
available to you.



Pendulum system in the modular system

The modular system enables an almost stepp-less extension up to 8 modules each with an output of 12 cubic meters. Optionally as a redundancy operation or used as a standalone solution.