Accommodating data traffic generated by anticipated billions of users and trillions of digital devices necessitates continuous technological evolution. Our communication systems comprise of panels with standard networking technologies of profibus, field bus, ethernet, modbus on electrical, wireless and optical transmission. Get solutions that meet your industry’s specific needs. We help governments, businesses, utility entities and oil & gas harness the best technologies and communication dynamics of their industry.
Compartmentalised and non-compartmentalised MCC panels.
Each motor controller in a MCC can be specified with a range of options such as separate control transformers, pilot lamps, control switches, extra control terminal blocks, various types of thermal or solid-state overload protection relays, or various classes of power fuses or types of circuit breakers. A motor control centre can either be supplied ready for the customer to connect all field wiring, or it can be an engineered assembly with internal control and interlocking wiring to a central control terminal panel board or programmable controller.
Control desk panels with HMI/SCADA systematised MCC panels. Our portfolio of SCADA systems are suitable for highly customer-specific adaptation requirements and support international standards and platforms. They are redefining efficiency in factory automation as well in infrastructure applications.
Onsite and offshore PLC/SCADA/DCS software development. We find and develop software solutions with the aim of ensuring innovative and reliable performance applications. Software development for programmable logic controllers (PLC) and in the field of motion control takes place through collaboration with the main partners of industrial automation with the objective of ensuring the realised applications, high levels of performance, innovation and reliability.
A distributed control system (DCS) centralises plant operations to provide flexibility and simplicity by allowing central control, monitoring and reporting of individual components and processes. A control panel performs the automated function by dividing the task between different functional groups and microprocessors. These processors are managed by a single SCADA or interface.
Our VFDs which also include drive panels AC and DC, may be used for control of process temperature, pressure, or flow without the use of a separate controller. Suitable sensors and electronics are used to interface the driven equipment with VFD. This lowers maintenance costs, as lower operating speeds result in longer life for bearings and motors. The motor does not require a starter.
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