Automated manufacturing equipment
To check the speed and efficiency of automation equipment, it is important to know the electrical signals accurately. This is because all manufacturing systems and machines operate through electricity.
Today’s factories are made up of automated equipment instead of human resources and the equipment has become advanced and complex. Therefore, fast electrical signal measurement and high accuracy of current sensors are particularly important factors.
Automation efficiency improvement
To improve the management and production efficiency of complex automated equipment, various parameters (temperature, pressure, etc.) must be monitored and managed. By using J&D’s current sensor, you can check the productivity and reliability of the equipment through accurate current feedback without using various monitoring applications.
The current sensor is usually mounted on a motor drive or control panel in automation equipment. Accurate input current measurements by J&D current sensors enable reliable current feedback, improve the speed of the automation process and the speed, ease of operation and reliability of the equipment, while saving you financially and time.
– Machine and Panel builders
– System integrators / engineering
– Safety operations and personnel protection
– Process control : supervision and automation
(smelting furnace, electrolysis process, Electro-mechanical installations monitoring…)
– Maintenance operations : condition monitoring
(Facilities & Infrastructures management, cathodic protection current, drives used to convey materials)
– Energy production and consumption(Site energy sub-metering)
In addition, they enable the fast and reliable supervision of equipment and facilities.
J&D integrated transducers take this a step further by providing your complete process with increased control and reactivity. They combine advanced sensing technologies and signal conditioning of electronic circuits (True RMS, industry standard outputs e.g. 0-5/10 V or 4-20 mA…).
INCREASED PROCESS AUTOMATION EFFICIENCY
Traditional process control still implies monitoring and regulation of parameters such as temperature, pressure, torque, position, etc.
But measuring these directly can be both inefficient and inaccurate. Measuring the input current of a load provides much more information than just the current value and has a number of advantages like speed, ease of use, reliability, and savings.
An increasing number of process automation and condition monitoring applications are following this trend.
Installing electrical transducers in control panels or on electric motor drives allows:
monitoring of the status of various kinds of electro-mechanical installations
regulation of miscellaneous parameters
back-up system launch
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR AUTOMATION
Machine and panel builders
System integrators / engineering
Safety operations and personnel protection (
Process control: supervision and automation (, smelting furnace, electrolysis process, Electro-mechanical installations monitoring…)
Maintenance operations: condition monitoring (
Facilities & infrastructures management (, cathodic protection current, drives used to convey materials…)
Energy production and consumption ( Site energy sub-metering)