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2017-07-27 – Alarm management – Finding the needle is IIoT’s biggest asset

HMIs have long been established as the best way of providing up to the minute information about processes for years now

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2017-07-05 – Smart Condition Monitoring aims to end downtime for the Food and Beverage Industry

Predictive maintenance is the best answer to minimising the risks of equipment failure, however, monitoring practices in the past have been expensive, problematic and at worst, unreliable.

2016-06-03 – Industrial automation training from Mitsubishi Electric reflects software advances in control systems and HMI screen design

The 2016 programme of Training Courses from Mitsubishi Electric has been released. It features a new course in GX Works3 and an updated course in GOT 2000, alongside many of the established basic and advanced learning opportunities for professional engineers.

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  • 2016-03-08 – Mitsubishi Electric content preview for D&C Show 2016

    Mitsubishi Electric will be demonstrating the advantages of fully integrated automation on Stands D544 and its robots on D982 at the Drives & Controls Exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, 12-14 April 2016).

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  • 2015-11-16 – South East Water award Mitsubishi Electric new Framework Agreement for Automation Products

    A new Framework Agreement between South East Water and Mitsubishi Electric has been agreed for four years with an option to extend for a further two years. The framework agreement covers the supply of PLCs, HMIs, VSDs and associated equipment, as well as support, training, extended warranties, software updates and bespoke 24/7 support.

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  • 2015-09-22 – White paper asks what is the true cost of Automation downtime?

    Unexpected production stoppages are increasingly unacceptable in modern manufacturing environments, especially the food industry where lost output, penalty clauses and upset customers are just some of the issues arising.

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  • 2015-07-31 – Virtual power plants - A reliable source of energy for the future.

    The amount of electricity produced using renewable energy sources is subject to fluctuations, making the network unstable. Conventional power plants can be used to balance out the situation. However, the problem with these is their negative CO2 balance and lack of flexibility. Virtual power plants can ensure stability by automatically combining renewable energy sources based on availability.

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  • 2015-07-03 – Mitsubishi Electric Europe shows how to get the most from waste to energy and renewable resources

    Whatever the application, Mitsubishi Electric is likely to offer a solution, which is why the market leading company is both exhibiting at the RWM show, acting as an event sponsor and sharing its expertise at the energy conference.

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  • 2014-04-10 – New Mitsubishi Electric GOT2000 series: HMIs with multi-touch function and gesture control

    Improved user-friendliness, expanded functionality, high cost-efficiency and optimum integration into Mitsubishi Electric’s Automation portfolio are key features of the new GOT2000 HMI series just launched by Mitsubishi Electric in the UK. The successor to the ultra-reliable GOT1000 HMI range increases plant productivity and energy efficiency whilst reducing total operating costs.

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  • 2013-05-24 – Smart conveyor lines up quiches for precision baking- July 2012

    In the drive to reduce packaging and its resultant waste, a specialist machinery builder has developed a pressureless queuing conveyor for collating quiches prior to baking.

    2013-01-01 – Mitsubishi Electric technology helps train future engineers

    A process industries training rig, built at Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) uses Mitsubishi Electric PLCs, HMIs and control software to provide a range of different educational scenarios for students and apprentices.

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  • 2012-11-27 – Mitsubishi Electric HMIs provide a transparent link between automation components and PCs

    Complex production lines and installations can often see key components located at different ends of a machine, in different rooms, or even on different floors. But in such a decentralised system it is very difficult to debug a PLC program during commissioning or after an upgrade or modification without being able to watch the machinery in operation.

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  • 2012-10-10 – Mitsubishi Electric HMI`s backup/restore function enables fast PLC changeover

    When downtime can cost thousands of Pounds every hour, a faulty PLC can be a major problem. Replacing the faulty CPU is only half the story, the other half is restoring the correct program enabling the system to continue its operation unhindered.

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  • 2012-09-03 – With the addition of the GT14 to its range of GOT1000 series HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric is setting new performance benchmarks for mid-range 5.7” panel-

    The GT14 is a 5.7” HMI available in both monochrome and colour versions providing a screen resolution of 320x240 pixels and a host of features and functions that bring increased flexibility and capability to control systems.

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  • 2012-05-02 – Intergrated Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution drives major energy savings – May 2012

    To combat rising energy costs Trelleborg has installed a Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution with integrated MX4 Energy software to monitor and control the plant’s energy use.

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  • 2012-01-03 – Mitsubishi Electric Enhances GOT1000 HMI Range with New Models

    Mitsubishi Electric has enhanced its GOT1000 series of HMIs with the release of the GT14 which sets new performance benchmarks for mid-range 5.7” panel-mount terminals.

    2011-09-01 – Omega foundry machinery offers more as standard

    Ambient temperature compensation, a highly desirable feature on sand mixers for foundry applications was, until recently, only available as an option at significant extra cost.

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  • 2011-08-01 – Framework builds towards the UK’s best water

    Yorkshire Water has signed a £6m, five-year framework agreement with Mitsubishi Electric that will help it achieve, maintain and supersede the Revised Bathing Water Directive – the gold standard for water quality.

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