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Engineering Projects

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Railway Tunnel Light Control System

Keep motorists safe with TunneLogic, a complete tunnel lighting control and monitoring system that’s easy to install, use and maintain. Designed specifically for LED lighting, TunneLogic lets you maximize visibility, safety and a great driver experience along the length of your tunnel.

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HVAC System

In computing and especially in enterprise data centers, HVAC systems control the ambient environment and must be planned for and operated along with other data center components such as computing hardware, cabling, data storage, fire protection, physical security systems and power.

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Mains Changeover System

When the normal supply fails, either an alternate mains supply or a standby generator can be used, which requires a switching system. For large projects using Air Circuit Breaker incoming devices, they will usually be placed side-by-side and interlocked to ensure that only one can be closed.

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Substation Grid Control System

Whether conventional protection and control schemes or full digital substations, our Substation Automation Systems (SAS) feature leading IEDs, protection relays, metering, and monitoring solutions. Based on the latest IEC 61850 and cybersecurity standards, our solutions combine improved interoperability, connectivity and security, with an efficient and easy-to-use operator interface.

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PLC, HMI & SCADA Based

SCADA refers to the combination of control systems and data acquisition. In the early days of data acquisition, relay logic was used to control production and plant systems. With the advent of the CPU and other intelligent electronic devices, manufacturers incorporated digital electronics into relay logic equipment. The PLC is still one of the most widely used control systems in industry.

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Industrial Automation

Automation allows the benefit of automating tasks and minimizing human involvement. This has led to a lot of people working on automation projects, as these are fun to create. Here we look at some automation projects that you can use around your house to reduce effort. Many of these automation projects use Arduino, these should also provide a learning experience into automation systems.