Mitsubishi adds two new GOT SIMPLE HMIs as VCN Servers

Mitsubishi Electric has added two new Graphic Operation Terminals (GOTs) to its GOT SIMPLE Series line-up. The 10-inch GS2110WTBD-N and 7-inch GS2107-WTBD are widescreen models that support virtual network computing (VNC) for use as VNC servers. This provides remote access from offices or other remote locations where field engineers may find themselves. Moreover, the VCN […]

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3 advanced motor management enablers to reduce cost and downtime

  Electric motors consume about 60% of the electricity used by manufacturing industries. Moreover, for heavy industries this proportion can ramp up to 90%. Adopting advanced motor management principles reduces both energy use and motor related downtimes. Yet, ofttimes users do not apply modern energy management principles to help reduce consumption. Industrial electric motors drive […]

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Reshaping motor control gear for digitised machines

  With the focus on digitisation and Industry 4.0, it is easy to overlook how motor control gear is changing. Chiefly because most industrial processes depend on electric motors. Conveyors, pumps, compressors, agitators, and fans all need reliable motors and motor control gear. And most of these motors are asynchronous, due to their low cost, […]

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How anti-jam technology reduces wastewater pumping problems.

Growing health and hygiene interests, along with the pandemic have increased the volume of non-flushable items in the wastewater system. Our pursuit for convenience and healthy personal habits also means non-flushable items like wet wipes will continue to grow. Changing public perceptions and pumps using anti-jam technology offer a solution. Despite the marketing, these products […]

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Universal automation offers growth opportunities for Integrators

Industrial firms spend millions of pounds each year supporting and servicing their industrial equipment. Yet, according to Schneider Electric, using a standardised universal automation system reduces this spending. It would benefit both plant engineers and integrators. Universal automation is a platform that decouples hardware from software to save engineering time by eliminating vendor hardware lock-in. […]

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