|2015-07-14||Mitsubishi FA Integrated Solutions: Nitto Denko Corporation, a Customer Case Study - Retrofitted modules reduce fire risk through leakage monitoring of existing installed electrical devices and wiring; safety is improved and long term maintenance cost’s reduced.
At Nitto Denko Corporation’s Kameyama Plant 2, Mitsubishi Electric’s general-purpose PLC MELSEC-Q Series insulation monitoring module “QE82LG” has been used to monitor electrical devices and wiring for insulation...More|
|2015-07-07||New simple, robust and cost-effective distributed control system for smaller plants - Mitsubishi Electric and ME-Automation Projects, part of the Mitsubishi Electric Group, will launch a new distributed control system, the PMSX®micro, at the RWM exhibition this year. The new system is designed specifically for smaller scale applications. PMSX®micro runs on a single industrial computer and delivers proven control technology in an inexpensive and easily engineered package.More|
|2015-07-02||PMSX®pro and the Wiesbaden "Hellfire" - After a construction period of just one and a half years, operation has begun in the modern, biomass-fired combined heating and power station at Wiesbaden, capital city of Hessen. Every year, the giant heating boiler burns around 90,000 tonnes of biomass in the form of old and used wood at temperatures of up to 1100 °C. A real "hellfire", to quote Wolfgang Zieger, Managing Director ....More|
|2015-06-30||Mitsubishi Electric Europe shows how to get the most from waste to energy and renewable resources - Mitsubishi Electric has a proven track record of supplying turnkey Electrical, Instrumentation and Control (EI&C) projects for energy producers including full engineering and commissioning. This includes systems for Energy from Waste, Biomass and related industries, such as Biogas based generation for Waste Water clients – covering both electricity generation from steam turbines and district ...More|
|2015-05-27||Cyber-security: a journey, not a destination - Cyber-security has been a hot topic since the Stuxnet incident of a few years ago. Previously it was thought that securing the “top end” of an organisation was an adequate solution but this incident and others like it completely changed the security landscape and highlighted vulnerabilities in the de-facto automation architecture that previously had not been considered. Chris Evans ...More|