Mitsubishi Electric offers a wide range of automation and processing technologies that can help bring in higher productivity, quality, and efficiency to the factory floor. These technologies include drive products, controllers, products for power distribution and control, industrial robots, and computerised numerical controllers. In addition, Mitsubishi Electric’s extensive service networks ensure that customers have access to direct communication and comprehensive support.


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Automation is the Key to Scaling up Post-Pandemic Production

One of the most significant knockdown effects of COVID-19 pandemic has been the transition towards digitalisation. Today, right from making quick money transfer to attending virtual meetings, people have acclimatised to the ‘new normal’. Businesses and industries are no different - manufacturing units and factories have now adopted digital production techniques.

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Programmable Controllers—MELSEC

Q Series PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) offer a multiple CPU function, which ensures that multiple CPUs can be mounted simultaneously. This PLC programming allows you to configure systems that match the scale of the production site.

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Simple Application Controllers

From homes and offices to factories, the FX series controllers can be used at all places where the end user requires control.

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Motion Controllers

With a servo that is controlled by a high-speed servo network SSCNET making synchronous control easy, Mitsubishi Electric offers controllers that promise high accuracy in positioning control.

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Computerised Numerical Controllers (CNCs)

The core of machine tool systems, CNCs in the manufacturing industry are commonly referred to as the "mother machine". CNC controllers by Mitsubishi Electric have the latest CPUs and high-speed optic servo network to ensure high speed and precision in machining.

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GOC43 – An Integrated HMI with PLC

GOC 43 Is Indigenously Developed Product By Mitsubishi Electric India Powered by IEC 61131-3 global programming platform, the GOC43 is a compact device which possesses refined and advanced set of features suitable for every system design. The flexible and modular GOC43 comes with an enhanced colour display with touch-screen operations and variety of communication options to suit all your needs. Designed specifically to meet the requirements of variety of automation needs, GOC43 is suitable for applications in various industries such as Automotive, Pharma, HVAC, Textile and other applications in SPM.

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Combining a servo motor and amp, MELSERVO systems are ideal for controlling moving parts of various equipment and machines. Helping control the speed, alignment, torque, locus, etc., these systems contribute to developing competitive devices as driving sources for industrial machines.

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Inverters – FREQROL

The FREQROL Series by Mitsubishi Electric offers general-purpose inverters that allow for changes to be made to the three-phase induction motors’ speed without hassles. With an extensive line-up, they also provide optimum control and energy conservation for a range of machines.

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Human Machine Interfaces

Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) – GOT

Mitsubishi Electric has designed the GOT series HMIs to ensure maximum usability. These Human-Machine Interfaces allow monitoring the information received from PLCs and other factory Automation products which can help customers meet their needs for increased productivity and efficiency while creating added value.

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SCADA MC Works64

The MC Works64 monitors plant-wide operations and supports efficiency in the same. It is an integral software which offers a range of functions as well as refined user interfaces that are also suitable for social infrastructure fields.

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Industrial Robots

Industrial Robots – MELFA

These are high precision industrial robots that have the capability to manage heavy loads, both in weight and functionality. With advanced developments at Mitsubishi Electric, the industrial robots also include a dedicated motor and a controller that is fitted with a T64-bit RICS chipset.

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Low-voltage Circuit Breakers

Mitsubishi Electric offers no-fuse and earth-leakage circuit breakers that match international standards of quality. We offer a wide range of products, including the eco-friendly WS-V Series and the HDV Series of DC circuit breakers, in response to the energy- and space-saving needs of clients.

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Contactors and Motor Starters

Electromagnetic contactors by Mitsubishi Electric allow control (run/stop) over air-conditioners, machine tools, and lighting equipment. The wide range of contactors by Mitsubishi Electric employs contactor relays and finds use with various control applications.

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Power Management Meters

Mitsubishi Electric offers a wide range of smart energy meters for a variety of applications like measuring, displaying, quantifying, recording, and monitoring electric power, voltage, and current in buildings and plants.

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Energy Saving Supporting Devices

The range of Energy Saving Supporting Devices helps support various energy saving activities by "visualising" solutions.

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Industrial automation uses control systems and equipment, such as computer software and robots to perform tasks that were historically conducted manually. These systems operate industrial equipment automatically, significantly reducing the level of operator involvement and oversight required. Automation systems typically consist of feedback loops and sensory programs that automatically adjust operating conditions to meet the desired values based on real-time data. The technologies used in industrial automation have advanced significantly in recent years due to digitalization of manufacturing, especially with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – opening up more and more opportunities for companies to take advantage of automation solutions.

Industrial automation allows faster production with less errors and increased product flexibility. Systems with advanced complexity, multiple changeovers or a variety of repetitive tasks can often benefit from automation. Automation also allows to gather critical operating data faster and more efficiently and guaranteed optimized operation with the best information available at all times. Ultimately, automation is becoming industry standard and will keep you up to date with competitors who are relying on automated processes for total control of the plant floor.

No, Simple systems that don’t require many repetitive tasks are often over engineered by automation. The goal when you automate a process is to achieve a higher efficiency and faster production, but if you’re automating the wrong systems or if you don’t have the proper bandwidth to handle the new technology, it can backfire. It’s important to consider a few things when determining how and when to go about automating your plant, namely:

  • Why do I want to automate? (Less employees, more efficiency, reduce errors, faster production, multiple changeovers, better information to improve process, modernization?)
  • What system would be the most effective as an automated system? These are typically the systems that are repetitive and that don’t involve any creativity or the “human touch” to execute.
  • What teams do I have in place to make this automation project a success?
  • How will my existing teams and systems integrate with this new automation?

A good automation engineer will only provide the automation you need.