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2018-01-16 – New widescreen operator interfaces offer more comfortable machine handling

Mitsubishi Electric has expanded its GOT2000 series of Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) with two new widescreen versions. The ability to display additional visual information gives users of the new GT21 and GT25 widescreen HMIs the opportunity to enhance machine operability and the potential to increase productivity. Other valuable features include two separate Ethernet ports and ...

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2017-11-29 – Quality management and digitalisation in manual assembly operations

At SPS IPC Drives 2017, Mitsubishi Electric’s Guided Operator Solutions for manual assembly applications will demonstrate how improvements in quality and productivity can be achieved. These solutions also enable the seamless transfer of production data from manual assembly operations to higher-level enterprise systems, supporting the digital transformation within manufacturing.

2017-04-24 – SAP, Mitsubishi Electric Enable New IoT-Based Services for Manufacturing with SAP® Cloud Platform

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) and Mitsubishi Electric Europe announced SAP’s participation in Mitsubishi Electric e-F@ctory Alliance partner program. This partnership will enable Mitsubishi Electric’s automation solutions to operate fully with SAP® Cloud Platform...

2016-10-26 – Guided Operator Solutions improve quality and performance in assembly processes

Eliminating human mistakes is one of the main quality challenges facing manufacturing industry today. To overcome this challenge, Mitsubishi Electric has launched a set of Guided Operator Solutions dedicated to preventing mistakes in manual parts picking and assembly tasks. The system is field proven and is already enabling manufacturers from a variety of industries to actively improve...

2016-08-16 – New flush-mount HMI enables machine builders to promote their own brand identity

With the launch of the latest addition to the GOT2000 family of HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric has introduced a new style of operator interface. The open-frame, back mounting design enables machine builders to reinforce their own brand identity and provides a flush finish to the machine panel for a smarter, more stylish aesthetic.

2016-03-10 – New compact high-end HMI acts as automation system gateway

Mitsubishi Electric has added a new model to its high-end range of HMIs (human machine interfaces) which can act as a gateway device to an entire automation system. The GT2705 completes the current GT27 series line-up offering a 5.7 inch TFT touch screen, gesture control and high-performance graphics processing in addition to its extensive connectivity capabilities.

2015-08-19 – New compact HMI with advanced functionality

Mitsubishi Electric has added a new, compact, colour HMI to its GOT2000 range, bringing superior visualisation and enhanced functionality to a wide range of applications. The GT2104 offers a 4.3 inch, high resolution TFT display, with a widescreen format and the ability to display over 65,000 colours, bringing new levels of realism to screen elements for enhanced usability.

2014-11-28 – MAPS HMI - Mitsubishi Electric offers a cost efficient solution for SCADA control

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new cost-efficient software, named “MAPS HMI” (Mitsubishi Adroit Process Suite – Human Machine Interface) based on the highly successful MAPS software. The new software is a lite version with reduced functionality which will be particularly attractive for applications with simpler HMI requirements, which do not need the capabilities of a full SCADA solution.

2014-11-28 – Mitsubishi Electric expands successful GOT2000 series by adding GT25 models

Following the introduction of the GOT2000 series at last year's SPS IPC Drives, Mitsubishi Electric is now set to present the latest addition to its powerful HMI portfolio, in the form of the models from the new GT25 series. The company will also be presenting the biggest HMI in the series to date in the form of the 15-inch variant of the high-end GT27 series.

2014-11-27 – The new GS series HMIs: entry-level visualisation technology for the particularly price-conscious

The GS series, a new range of HMIs from Mitsubishi Electric, is set to be launched at this year's SPS IPC Drives. The operating devices from this cost-effective series offer a simple and flexible entry-level option for newcomers to the world of machine visualisation. The scope of functionality of the GS series includes all standard basic functions as well as a number of special features.

2014-11-11 – Regenerative energy, reduction of energy peaks and innovative products – the highlights at SPS IPC Drives

Visitors to the Mitsubishi Electric stand 380 in hall 7 at this year's SPS IPC Drives can expect to see a range of innovative factory automation products based on Industry 4.0. The highlights will include the Energy Assist Unit, the MR-J4-TM servo controller and the new GS series HMIs.

2014-10-20 – Mitsubishi Electric Servo controls pressure control for material determination

At this year's Motek trade fair, Mitsubishi Electric demonstrated a new handling application with pressure control directly controlled by servo amplifiers. The demo application showcased a number of innovative features developed by Mitsubishi Electric, including third-party motor control, high-precision direct-drive motors which interacted with robots and third-party motors, PLC CPUs ...

2014-10-02 – Food & Beverage production fit for the future: Productivity and efficiency achieved with innovative solutions from Mitsubishi Electric

The food and beverage industry faces major challenges. These include increasing product diversity, shorter product life cycles, fluctuating order quantities and stricter statutory regulations particularly with respect to hygiene directives, just to name a few...

2014-09-29 – Energy from Waste sector gets ready for expansion and development

Mitsubishi Electric’s first-time presence in the EfW (Energy from Waste) hall at the Resource Efficiency and Waste Management show (RWM) in Birmingham, UK, has been hailed as an immediate success.

2014-08-05 – Mitsubishi Electric demonstrates world class capabilities in energy from waste

Mitsubishi Electric Europe will be exhibiting at RWM 2014 – the resource efficiency and waste management show, being held in the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham UK, 16-18 September 2014. For more than 25 years Mitsubishi Electric has been one of the leading suppliers for the Energy from Waste (EfW) industry. It will be displaying its solutions on stand 4C44-D45 in hall 4 & 5 ...

2013-12-12 – Mitsubishi provided a look at its future automation solutions at SPS IPC Drives 2013

At this year's SPS IPC Drives, Mitsubishi Electric provided visitors with a look into the future of its automation solutions. For the first time in Europe, the successors to the globally popular compact MELSEC FX PLC series and the latest generation modular MELSEC iQ Platform were on show, alongside the new GOT2000 series touch screen HMI and the new FR-A800 high-end frequency inverter range.

2013-11-26 – New GOT2000 series: HMIs with multi-touch function and gesture control

Improved user-friendliness, expanded functionalities, high cost-efficiency and optimum integration in Mitsubishi Electric’s Automation portfolio – these are the features of the new GOT2000 HMI series that Mitsubishi Electric will be presenting at this year’s SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg from 26th to 28th November 2013 (Hall 7, Stand 380). The successor to the tried and tested GOT1000 HMI range...

2013-11-11 – Next Generations – Experience the future live at SPS IPC Drives

At this year's SPS IPC Drives, Mitsubishi Electric will be giving visitors a closer look into the future of its automation solutions. For the first time in Europe, the successors to the compact MELSEC FX PLC series and the modular automation concept MELSEC iQ Platform, the brilliant HMI GOT2000 series and the FR-A800 high-end frequency inverter will be presented.

2013-10-29 – Mega project uses Mitsubishi Electric controls to improve Sussex coast water quality

One of the most ambitious wastewater treatment projects in Europe, designed to process several towns’ wastewater and improve water quality along the Sussex coast, has been speeded along because of the ease of integration of Mitsubishi Electric control equipment.

2013-07-12 – Mitsubishi Electric Europe awards prize to Italian wire drawing line manufacturer in ‘Best HMI screen’ competition

March 2013 saw the second award of the prize in Mitsubishi Electric Europe’s “Best HMI screen competition”, with the prize going to Italian manufacturer Mario Frigerio for its innovative use of HMI technology. Mario Frigerio was one of three winners in Mitsubishi Electric’s hugely popular HMI competition, held to find the most creative use of HMI screens in an application.

2013-06-04 – e-F@ctory Alliance exhibition launches into the virtual world

The e-F@ctory Alliance* trade show is the first full exhibition to be staged using Mitsubishi Electric’s new virtual exhibition platform, and the first major virtual show to deliver a convincing and rewarding visitor experience.

2013-03-14 – Mitsubishi Electric Europe awards prizes to winners of ‘Best HMI Screen’ competition

Mitsubishi Electric Europe has announced the three winners of its “Best HMI screen competition” – two from Italy and one from the Czech Republic. The hugely popular and successful competition was held to find the most creative use of HMI screens in an application, with each winner receiving a Samsung tablet as a prize.

2013-03-05 – Smart conveyor lines up quiches for precision baking

In the drive to reduce packaging and its resultant waste, a specialist machinery builder has developed a pressureless queuing conveyor for collating quiches prior to baking.

2013-02-19 – Mitsubishi Electric GOT1000 series HMIs provide advanced SFC program system monitoring functions for easier troubleshooting

In advanced automation systems with complex SFC (Sequential Function Chart) programs and multiple motion controllers and servo axes, system monitoring and troubleshooting has traditionally required making individual PC connections to each part of the control system – something which is time consuming and inconvenient. With the GOT1000 series HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric has removed this headache...

2013-02-13 – Mitsubishi Electric optimises Irish waste water treatment and purification plants in record time

The aim of the operators of a waste water treatment plant and four associated purification plants in the East of Ireland was to reduce ongoing operating costs through modernisation. In order to do that, the plant was brought right up-to-date by installing Mitsubishi Electric automation components. This involved taking particularly diverse performance requirements into account as well as ...

2013-02-12 – The Production-integrated Enterprise in 2020

Globalisation, increasing customer sophistication and resource scarcity are all challenges facing the process industries, and by 2020 these will be even more acute. Meeting these challenges will depend on structures that will enable wholly automated planning, dynamic scheduling and fully optimised production processes to control unit production cost.

2013-01-22 – GOT1000 HMIs build in advanced monitoring functions for Mitsubishi Electric controller

Mitsubishi Electric has introduced comprehensive new monitoring functions on its GOT1000 series of HMIs, providing a single environment for monitoring PLCs, motion controllers, CNCs, robot controllers, intelligent input modules and I/O cards. In addition, a network monitoring function provides at-a-glance monitoring of network status. These unique GOT1000 series features ...

2012-12-06 – Data logging functionality provides complete traceability on Mitsubishi Electric HMI’s

Mitsubishi Electric GOT1000 series HMIs now offer enhanced data logging capabilities, enabling data to be logged from remotely connected devices such as PLCs, Inverters, Servos and temperature controllers. This reduces the load on the PLC for improved machine performance, and ensures complete traceability of production for safe and secure operation.

2012-11-13 – Win a Samsung Galaxy tablet with Mitsubishi Electric’s “Best HMI Screen” competition

With thousands of colours, and hundreds of pre-defined graphics today’s HMI’s are functional, highly effective and an essential tool in human-machine interaction. In a celebration of the creativity demonstrated by users in creating their HMI screen designs, Mitsubishi Electric is launching a competition that really lets users show off their skills regardless of the HMI they are using.

2012-10-30 – Mitsubishi Electric GOT1000 series increase uptime by quickly finding and resolving machine errors

An unexpected machine error can often mean hurrying back to the office to check the PLC program on a PC to try and work out the cause of the problem and deal with it. The One Touch Ladder Jump function on Mitsubishi Electric GT15 and GT16 GOT1000 series HMIs eliminates the need for engineers to go back to the desk to get a PC to check ladder programs.

2012-10-16 – Mitsubishi Electric HMIs provide a transparent link between automation components and PCs

Complex production lines and installations can often see key components located at different ends of a machine, in different rooms, or even on different floors. But in such a decentralised system it is very difficult to debug a PLC program during commissioning or etc. The GOT1000 series of HMIs from Mitsubishi Electric eliminates these problems through a special FA transparent function.

2012-09-25 – Mitsubishi Electric HMIs backup/restore function enables fast PLC changeover

When downtime can cost thousands of Euros every hour, a faulty PLC can be a major problem. Replacing the faulty CPU is only half the story, the other half is restoring the correct program enabling the system to continue its operation unhindered. The GOT1000 series of HMIs from Mitsubishi Electric, however, include the ability to back up the PLC program within the GOT terminal.

2012-09-11 – HMIs from Mitsubishi Electric fit the toughest system and budget requirements

Mitsubishi Electric has extended its GOT1000 series of HMIs to provide a comprehensive range of terminals, with everything from compact models with basic functions right through to high performance models with full multimedia capability and a host of features and functions including embedded communications.

2012-08-08 – Mitsubishi Electric GT14 – The machine builder’s HMI

With the addition of the GT14 to its range of GOT1000 series HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric is setting new performance benchmarks for mid-range 5.7” panel-mount terminals.

2012-06-05 – Mitsubishi Electric extends HMI capability beyond just visualisation

With its GOT1000 series of HMIs, Mitsubishi Electric has a comprehensive range of HMIs with enhanced functionality that offer capabilities beyond just visualisation, providing additional features that will help to reduce downtime, enable fast recovery from simple errors, increase availability and boost production efficiency.

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