JCR will build your control panels, or design and build a complete control system for your process. From panel switches to PLC's, JCR does it all.
Here are two recent examples of control systems we have designed.
A local grain elevator installed temperature probes in their storage silos. JCR designed a PLC temperature monitoring system to display temperature profile screens of each silo. The monitoring system includes reports that automatically run every shift, and alarm set points for alerting the operators if the temperature gets too high.
A metal plating company installed two new plating lines. JCR designed a PLC control system to manage the I/O from the plating process, including plating bath voltage and amperage measurements, and stepper motor speed outputs. The control system was network-based and also recorded complete process data to a memory card.
Control Panels are used for simple process control functions, and they typically involve a combination of switches, indicator lights, potentiometers, and digital or dial readouts, to name just a few. To the left, a speed control panel and a PLC based panel are shown. For a look behind the switches, there is also a picture of a typical back panel for an automated machine.