As part of your automation project you need to ensure that a full electrical design is completed for all new areas within the project scope as well as for integration with existing electrical and control systems. You will need to ensure that once the project is complete that you are left with a fully functional, well designed system that is supported by electrical documentation for your production and maintenance personnel.
E&I Design: Your Needs
E&I Design: Our Approach
We don’t just get your system to work, we engineer your automation systems ensuring that all the latest technologies, both hardware and software are utilised. This provides you with a future-proof solution. Regardless of the status of your existing electrical & automation system documentation, we provide a full range of electrical documentation making sure that all reference documents comply with all the relevant New Zealand and International Standards and industry best practice.
E&I Design: What We Do
Having understood your project requirements, we will actively discuss with your team the most suitable automation platforms and hardware architectures that best meet the project needs. We will propose both hardware and software solutions that incorporate existing SCADA & PLC platforms onsite, current engineering, maintenance competencies as well as existing site standards.
The Pilz team will then progress to a detailed design, generating the following range of documentation:
- Electrical schematics
- I/O Schedules
- Hardware Design Specifications
- Panel layouts and General Arrangement drawings
- Loop drawings
- Integration schematics (detailing integration to current system)
- Bill of materials
- Cable Schedules
- Containment Specification
- Critical spares list
E&I Design: Your Benefit
The result will be an automation system that is fully engineered and supported through comprehensive documentation to yield optimal functionality to meet your operational requirements that is fully maintainable by your in-house team.