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2015-07-22Mitsubishi Electric launches the new MELSEC iQ-F series compact PLC - Mitsubishi Electric has expanded its iQ range of PLCs with the compact MELSEC iQ-F series, building on the legacy of the market-leading FX platform and broadening the range of available applications with a comprehensive set of “built-in” functions that offer features only previously found as add-ons or which did not exist at all in this category of PLCs. Sharing many of its features and concepts..More
2015-08-13Virtual 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.More
2015-08-05Mitsubishi FA Integrated Solutions: Honda Motor Co., Ltd., a Customer Case Study - Honda have their main mother factory at Yorii in Japan. Many of their new production concepts are trialed there before being exported to their local manufacturing plants around the world. For the complete story of how Mitsubishi Electric and Honda worked together to create a new factory wide control architecture please download the press release. More
2015-07-30Industry 4.0 in the Food and Beverage industry - The practical advantages that the new cyber-physical interface of Industry 4.0 brings are acknowledged by engineers across a range of industries. Jeremy Shinton, Product Manager UK – Business Solutions at Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., UK Branch, Automation Systems Division, explains how food and drink manufacturers in particular can benefit from the implementation of Industry 4.0:More
2015-07-14Mitsubishi 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
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2015-02-18Mitsubishi Electric: a safe choice – Both automation and safety are vital in today’s busy, competitive production environments. Mitsubishi Electric can integrate the technologies of automation and safety into a single interactive system and thus improve efficiency and effectiveness. An integrated solution could, for instance, constantly monitor operating conditions and machine functions in order to predict developing problems and initiate pre-emptive action.Read more
2015-02-04Intelligently coordinate virtual power plants – To easily link the single energy carriers in virtual power plants, Mitsubishi Electric offers the PMSX®pro proceess control system and the MAPS (Mitsubishi Adroit Process Suite) Life-Cycle software tool, two helpful products that intelligently coordinate various energy carriers.Read more
2014-09-04Remote Terminal Unit based Monitoring and Control – Communicate securely to SCADA systems, the smartRTU addresses requirements for 100 % reliable remote surveillance and control of distributed assets, even in extreme climates. With powerful functions like diagnostics, alarm and event-storage and time trend data buffering, it meets the challenges of managing massively distributed assets such as data security, interfacing issues, data continuity and reliable communications.Read more about Mitsubishi's smartRTU
2014-03-10Energy saving drives – Mitsubishi Electric frequency inverters are real energy savers achieving maximum drive capacity utilisation with minimum power consumption. Watch our "Energy saving drives" demonstration and move the DOL or inverter controls to compare energy use.Find out more on our Energy pages
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Mitsubishi Electric: a safe choice – Mitsubishi can integrate the technologies of automation and safety into a single interactive system and thus improve efficiency and effectiveness.
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