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Simplifying data communications wins award for Mitsubishi Electric

Simplifying data communications wins award for Mitsubishi Electric
The Food and Beverage Industry has voted a unique Mitsubishi Electric integrated communications solution as the most important technological development of the year. This is the second year in a row that Mitsubishi has triumphed at the Food Processing Awards Ceremony of the prestigious Appetite for Engineering food industry event.
10th August 2012

Mitsubishi Electric sets new performance benchmarks with F Series SCARA Robots

Mitsubishi Electric sets new performance benchmarks with F Series SCARA Robots
The new F Series extends Mitsubishi’s RH range of MELFA SCARA robots, setting new benchmark standards for speed, flexibility, ease of integration and simplicity of programming. Combining a wide area of coverage with the industry's fastest cycle times, the cost-effective F Series can boost productivity on critical production lines.
1st August 2012

Mitsubishi Electric extends HMI capability beyond just visualisation

Mitsubishi Electric extends HMI capability beyond just visualisation
With its GOT1000 series of HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric has a comprehensive range of HMIs with enhanced functionality that offer capabilities beyond just visualisation, providing additional features that will help to reduce downtime, enable fast recovery from simple errors, increase availability and boost production efficiency. Instead of simply displaying data, these enhanced HMIs deliver genuine perspective on the automation process and provide a platform to solve the typical production problems that improve OEE.
18th June 2012


Deploying energy management is a “win win” scenario

Deploying energy management is a “win win” scenario
Many customers tell us that one of their biggest business costs is energy, so it would seem obvious that tackling and improving the problem would be the natural thing to do. However, this ignores the pressure of producing product and satisfying customer’s demands, which all food and beverage manufacturers face on a daily basis.
24th May 2012

New breed of PLC from Mitsubishi Electric is small on size, large on performance

New breed of PLC from Mitsubishi Electric is small on size, large on performance
Meeting the needs of OEMs, the new L series PLC from Mitsubishi Electric has been designed to provide all the performance, functions and capabilities necessary for today’s demanding machine automation requirements in a compact, modular, rack-free package. Bridging the gap between the FX compact PLC and the iQ platform high performance PAC, the new modular controller combines much of the power of a Q series CPU, with the ease of expansion and user-centric design inspired by the FX. This greatly increases the range of functionality traditionally associated with mid-range PLCs.
19th April 2012

Reducing time and costs for automation system design

Reducing time and costs for automation system design
As automation systems get more sophisticated, so the development and maintenance of the disparate components and production lines becomes more complex. Now Mitsubishi Electric has addressed the problem, with an alternative approach to automation system design that reduces engineering time, effort and costs, and helps to bring down total cost of ownership.
25th November 2011

iQ Works provides universal tool for system development

iQ Works provides universal tool for system development
Mitsubishi Electric has launched the MELSOFT iQ Works integrated engineering suite to provide a unified engineering environment for all automation system development and maintenance. iQ Works provides a universal tool for PLC, HMI, drives, servo, motion, robotics and CNC programming, providing an application focus where users can develop and maintain complete production lines from a single location.
7th November 2011

New Marketing Manager Sees Bright Future

New Marketing Manager Sees Bright Future
Amaechi Oduah has joined Mitsubishi Electric Automation Systems Division to head up its marketing and communications activities. He has over a decade’s experience in the telecommunications, electrical and electronic manufacturing sector and gained his education at the University of Greenwich. He explains that moving into automation was a strategic decision, as manufacturing is set to be one of the best growth sectors in the medium and long term.
3rd November 2011

Robots arise to lead manufacturing investment

Robots arise to lead manufacturing investment
A newly announced scheme to provide government funding for the automation of industrial processes needs to be carefully managed so that a nationwide strategy of continuous reinvestment develops. This is essential if the UK is to rebuild its manufacturing sector into a cornerstone of the economy. So says Barry Weller, a specialist robot engineer with Mitsubishi Electric, who thinks there is already evidence of a positive trend.
1st November 2011

SCHOLARLY RESEARCH LEADS TO JET TOWEL

SCHOLARLY RESEARCH LEADS TO JET TOWEL
Mitsubishi Jet Towel hand dryers are helping a progressive independent girls’ school maintain its commitment to bettering the environment wherever possible.
19th October 2011

Scholarly research leads to jet towel

Mitsubishi Jet Towel hand dryers are helping a progressive independent girls’ school maintain its commitment to bettering the environment wherever possible. Queenswood School has occupied the same site, Brookmans Park, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, for almost 100 years. Its beauty and tranquillity is believed contributes to the positive energy of the school, the happiness and rounded development of its 400 girls.
28th September 2011

Mitsubishi Electric E700 Inverter now with Safe Torque Off Input

Mitsubishi Electric E700 Inverter now with Safe Torque Off Input
High Performance Compact VFD now compliant with EN954-1 Cat.3 and IEC60204-1 Stop Category 0 The popular E700 series inverter from Mitsubishi Electric is now available with a safe torque off input, eliminating the need for a redundant contactor in installations seeking compliance with EN954-1 Cat.3 and IEC60204-1 Stop Category 0. The safe torque off version of the E700 is denoted by the characters “SC” after the ampere rating in the model number.
16th August 2011

How secure is your Automation System architecture?

How secure is your Automation System architecture?
Stuxnet has given us a wakeup call and we now need to take a fresh approach to how data is transferred and managed within all industrial control systems,” says Chris Evans of Mitsubishi Electric.
2nd August 2011

UK tourism booms with PLC magic

UK tourism booms with PLC magic
The Suffolk coastal resort of Southwold is booming as the ‘staycation’ becomes the holiday of choice for many British families. One of its most popular attractions is the refurbished pier which, thanks to Mitsubishi controllers and a truly original-thinking engineer, combines Edwardian elegance with surreal amusements.
25th July 2011

The perfect Yorkshire pudding has helped Mitsubishi Electric to win a prestigious technology award at the food processing industry’s most important annual event, Appetite for Engineering

The perfect Yorkshire pudding has helped Mitsubishi Electric to win a prestigious technology award at the food processing industry’s most important annual event, Appetite for Engineering
Mitsubishi provided sophisticated modern drive and control equipment to WMH Automation UK so it could develop a servo-based system that irons out the inaccuracies of batter pumping for a frozen food manufacturer. The system consisted of a 10 axis J3 servo drive arrangement, with each axis linked to Mitsubishi's high-speed SSC motion control network. Nine of the axes are dedicated to the depositors, each driving 32 pump chambers. The servos are each programmed with a map of known volume to be dispensed and the required number of rotations can be calculated depending on the required product settings.
19th July 2011

Mitsubishi Electric marks 30 years of success in variable speed drives

Mitsubishi Electric marks 30 years of success in variable speed drives
World machinery announces official opening of new showroom and engineering works - Laser machine specialist World Machinery Ltd. has announced the official opening of its new midlands showroom, HQ and Showrooms based between Kidderminster & Bridgnorth in Shropshire. Having recently used the new 13,000 sq. ft. site to showcase Mitsubishi Electric's latest 2D Laser Processing System, the new premises are now open for business providing a demonstration area, engineering works, software demonstration and conference facility.
29th June 2011

ENERGY WORKSHOPS WILL BE MULTI-FACETTED

ENERGY WORKSHOPS WILL BE MULTI-FACETTED
Three energy specialists have come together to run seminars in Livingstone and Newcastle exploring the potential for harnessing the impact of new and pending legislation. Controls specialist Mitsubishi Electric, motor maker Brook Crompton and energy consultants Power Quality Management will host the events on 5 and 7 July respectively. Matt Handley of Mitsubishi explains: “Recent legislative changes are impacting on the use of energy and motors in industry. We will review the situation and look at how current and emerging technologies can reduce costs and achieve a low carbon footprint.
13th June 2011


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