Sarclad Limited provides advanced technology products for the metals industry. With support from Amplicon, they were able to implement a wireless solution for a Strand Condition Monitor, improving the reliability of the system and making the download of data more efficient.
HG Systems is one of the leading independent control systems integrators in the UK. We discuss how the Amplicon Moxa specialists worked in consultation with HG Systems, specifying the use of MB3180 Ethernet Modbus gateways in the design of an open Ethernet network.
LOWE Engineering Ltd approached Amplicon with the requirement for a major upgrade of the emissions monitoring system at a large plant. LOWE is an internationally recognised leading design authority for a wide range of sample and analysis systems,
The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) approached Amplicon with a requirement for an ice cap monitoring system to be deployed in the Antarctic. BAS is a component of the Natural Environment Research Council.
In the fast-growing Russian economy, ACTIS is a leading supplier of high-quality bottles to the brewing industry. To meet increasing demand, ACTIS decided to increase capacity and set up a new production line.
Find out how Amplicon, using the EDS-400A-PN Ethernet switches, helped to build the network infrastructure for a marine hydraulic power unit automation system.
The client required a solution which would allow for locally stored vehicle bus data and IP CCTV data from a vehicle management system to be automatically uploaded to a server when the vehicles are stationed at a depot.
Our customer required to integrate legacy serial RS-232 based equipment with modern Ethernet-based networks on-board a fleet of UK based trains.
The design and supply of a data acquisition system that was able to withstand the harsh environment and offer the 24/7 continual operation needed in a critical industrial application.
A large systems integrator in the rail market approached Amplicon to provide a rail approved hardware solution for their project. The Central Line of London Underground required a complete update of its signalling system using a new form of Automatic Train Protection and Automatic Train Control.
Amplicon were approached by a leading contractor for the London Underground JNUP project to supply industrial computers capable of meeting the stringent approvals required by London Underground.
A leading manufacturer of hand cooked potato based snacks was looking for a method of monitoring the flow of packets of crisps along a production line, to ensure that the correct number were packed in a box.