# News

Fluid power world news, events, updates.

## ATOS Webinar on Proportional valves

Provider: ATOS
When: 7th of July 2022 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (GMT+1)

Read below the seminar description from ATOS website.

Features, strengths and functionalities of proportional valves applied to the Atos product range will be presented in a highly interactive way, along with an overview of the Atos software dedicated to proportional valves management and optimization.

## Parker Gold Cup IE (Intelligence Enabled)

Parker Gold Cup IE

Parker introduced Gold Cup – IE (Intelligence Enabled) pump.

In general, this is just the new option “E” at the secondary control option for the “9A” electro-hydraulic stroker as the primary control. This option combines the robust design of Gold Cup pump technology with the intelligence of operational sensors and analytics.

Example model number:

P11P3R1C9AEB00

Read more at the PDF document Introducing Gold Cup – IE (Intelligence Enabled).

In my opinion, this option is not for every application, because most sensors are not required for regular tasks. But probably there are exist some sensitive applications where all components should be monitored in real-time (where the high cost of downtime) for detecting failure before it occurs.

## ATOS online configurator

ATOS online configurator

ATOS presents the new smart online configurator.

The configurator guarantees free access to technical documentation, 3D view of the selected components and for the users registered in MyAtos area, it allows also to export 3D models and obtain the products prices, as previously available on SWK software.
This first release includes Proportional valves, Axis & P/Q controls, On-off valves and Pumps, while Cylinders will be introduced by the year-end.

Direct link to online Configurator: https://www.atos.com/en-it/configurator/step/productline

## Danfoss to Acquire Eaton’s hydraulics

Danfoss to Acquire Eaton’s Hydraulics Business for $3.3 Billion The poster of the week. This is an important event that can change the balance of power in the hydraulics market. The Danfoss Group announced today that it had reached an agreement with Eaton to acquire Eaton Hydraulics for$3.3 billion. Eaton Hydraulics serves agricultural, construction, and industrial markets and will be transferred into Danfoss Power Solutions. The transfer will add 11,000 employees to Danfoss, which currently employs 28,000 people. The deal is expected to close before the end of the year.