We provide a broad offering of technical services to complement your automation project. Our experience and knowledge allows us to guide you through a process of defining the over-all system or machine critical performance requirements, followed by a more detailed sequence of operation along with alarm and data collection. We also have the capability of designing in proper safety circuits from your analysis of required SIL levels.
Labor & Industry safety requirements for electrical control systems continue to evolve and be more challenging for our customers to navigate. Our knowledge of NFPA and UL/cUL in the areas of component selection, circuit protection, proper component spacing arrangements, wiring practices and the correct application of safety circuit components are just a few of the critical areas that we help clients maintain statutory compliance.
Our projects involve new equipment design, as well as upgrading legacy systems to new platforms of PLC, HMI and networking technology. The majority of the upgrades that we have experience with now incorporate bus technology (i.e. Ethernet) to communicate with HMIs, motor drives and even other control systems. Our application experience is both on the raw materials side of the plant, as well as the materials handling & packaging. From “concept to completion” we are here to navigate every detail to successfully complete your project.
• New Equipment Concept Study & Budget
• Existing Equipment As-Built Analysis & Drawings
• Functional & Design Specifications
• Control Panel Design & Component Arrangement
• Factory Floor Network Architecture Design
• Electrical Power & Control Wiring Schematics
• Component Selection & Bill of Materials
• Enclosure Fabrication Design Drawings
• PLC & HMI Program Development
• Motor VFD Set-Up & Configuration
• Vision Camera Programming & Integration
• Collaborative Robot Arm Integration
• On-Site Start-Up & Commissioning
• Control System Installation Supervision
• Factory Acceptance Testing With In-House Simulation
• Operator & Maintenance Training