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Phoenix Control Systems Ltd.
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Industrial Control Systems & Robotic Automation
Industrial Control Systems & Robotic Automation

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INVEST IN ROBOTICS, SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND PEOPLE TO PROTECT YOUR PRODUCTION
We invest in latest technology solutions for our clients. First and foremost we have to be good at what we do, Robotics and Industrial Control Systems are what we do best. We have the personnel who are technically capable and who can communicate well with our clients. Our client can lose a lot of production if we do not perform and we have to maintain a high level of confidence in our engineers in order to ensure quality.

Training of our staff is necessary as technologies change and advance. We invest in people, the success of the company is ultimately down to the quality of engineering and our contract execution.

The engineers including robotic, control panel and installation staffs are constantly trained to carry out turnkey solutions for our clients offering Project Management, Electrical design, Electrical installation and testing, Software design, Robot programming, Control panel manufacture, assembly, testing and delivery, Electrical, software and functional commissioning, Client training and production support.

85%+ contracts are mainly in the automotive industry worldwide but we have work with small business to help them achieved their project. Contact us
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INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND ROBOTIC AUTOMATION IS A TOPIC OF INTEREST FOR THE 2017 PARLIAMENTARY REVIEW
Phoenix Control Systems Ltd. is very proud to be counted among the of “The 2017 Parliament Review”. The 2017 Parliament Review had been recently released, combining political commentary from leading journalists, with sector specific insight from Secretaries of State, Ministers and MPs, The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to industry best practice, which demonstrates how sector leaders have responded to challenges in the political and economic environment.

The Parliamentary Review is sent to over 500,000 leading business executives and policy makers. The Review's release is marked by an annual gala in the Palace of Westminster.

The review involved independent initiative by different sectors Finance, Manufacturing, Education, Construction, Technology and organisations such as Caterpillar, Argent Design, Continental Tyres, Phoenix Control Systems and others outstanding companies.

The Prime Minister Teresa May commented that “this year’s Parliamentary Review follows a significant year in British politics’. It was a year in which our economy continued to grow…a Government determined to deliver the best Brexit deal...”

The PM’s former cabinet colleague, Sir Eric Pickles, who was recently appointed Chairman of the Review, said ‘it has never been more important for government to hear the views of business and the public sector in a constructive forum. It is also a vital time to share best practice and progress.’

The Parliamentary Review’s director Daniel Yossman concurred, saying ‘We are delighted at how many outstanding, creative and hardworking organisations from across the country have come together to make this year’s Review possible.

Industrial Control Systems, Industrial Control Panel, PLC Programming, Industrial Electrical Design & Installation and the recently Robotic Division (Robotic automation, robot programming, robotic training, robot maintenance) are some of the services and products provided by Phoenix. Contact us for further information.

Please send us a message with your complete address and we will be happy to send a free edition.
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14/11/2017
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ROBOTIC ARM LIGHT SCULPTURE
Phoenix Control was part of the great event of Hennessy Cognac in France carried out by Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF). Phoenix carried out the integration of the complete cell including control panel and the commissioning of the robotic arm.

See a summary of this piece of art.

“THE QUEST” is a permanent kinetic light sculpture, conceived and realised by London-based creative studio Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF). A roving beam of light, controlled by a robotic arm, turns inside a parametrically-generated structure of shards, revealing the “DNA” of each shard in elaborate “caustics” or reflected light rays. Some of these caustics are organic and naturally occurring; others have been engineered to reveal detailed chemical compositions. To create the piece, MLF worked with experts in reverse-engineered caustics, optics, programming, robotics, animation, architecture and parametric design. The project was inspired by Yann Fillioux, 7th generation ‘master blender’ of Hennessy Cognac."

See how the hard work started and how it lead to the success on the following posting.


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07/11/2017
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HMI, PLC & ROBOTICS BENEFITS

Human Machine Interface (HMI) provides a graphical visualisation of an industrial control and monitoring system and communicates with a computer in the plant such as a programmable logic controller (PLC).

The interactions are human to machine and machine to human. Machine operators and technicians can follow the plant staff, sending a continuous plant and manufacturing data from a smartphone or tablet that can be viewed by authorised users anywhere at any time. Project Manager or engineers would be able to control and check the production while they are travelling or dealing with others projects.

HMI benefits are increasing production and productivity, reduce error, increased efficiency, improved reliability and maintainability, user comfort, reduction in training and skill requirements, and reduce mental stress for users
HMI allow more complex functionality on a smartphone or table for robotics and monitoring condition with the appropriate processor.

Not only HMI hardware, but also the software for programmable logic controllers (PLCs), motion controls, and other functions have the potential to run without a minimum or no human errors. Human-machine interfaces help in integrating humans into complex technological systems.

Ask the experts for more information.
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USED INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS MORE AFFORDABLE THAN EVER

Used Industrial robots are highly efficient, accurate, and reliable. However, these traditional industrial robots cannot see their surroundings, feel objects, or interact with humans but with vision systems are capable to perform the task with no or minimum of mistakes as any new robots.

Used industrial robots can perform the same optimal operation as new robots. Today, we can find used robots with a lifetime of 20 years. There affordable opportunities for small business to enter the robotic growing market.

Robotic performance continues to grow, now is the perfect time for small and mid-sized companies that have been waiting for a decline in robotic prices to automate their process. Affordable robots mean more manufacturers will begin using them for more applications.

If you’re are hesitating about investing in an industrial robot, consult with your robot integrator on how to determine the value of your investment.

An integrator understands how to maximise your robot investment robot, design a customised robot cell and select the right end of arm tooling or any other equipment that maximises your production line.
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NEW INDUSTRIAL ROBOT BASIC QUESTIONS- NEW ROBOT OR USED ROBOT
When developing a robotic system, it is important to plan for future expansion or changes. Planning for future is not always straightforward because you don't know what the future will bring. The first step will be to outline the concepts, then review with an expert on the field or the project manager in charge of your project.
There is a balance between planning for future and understanding future needs for the company. If you are new on implementing robotics, the following questions will assist you with this new concept.
Basic questions when installing a robot
Some of the basic questions that need to be answered before installing a robot are:
• What robot application does the company require?
• What kind of manipulator will be used?
• How many axes does the robot have?
• What type of robot safety do you need?
• Do we require robot simulation?
• Is other equipment necessary?

Contact your robot integrator, they would take the best decision for your return on investment.
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NEW ROBOT & USED ROBOT INTEGRATION FOR SMALL - MIDSIZE BUSINESSES
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5 TOP END OF ARM TOOLING IN ROBOTIC APPLICATIONS

End of Arm tooling is the tool at the end of the robot’s arm sometimes called gripper or end-effector. The role of this tool is crucial because the robot’s arm cannot perform any task without the end of arm tooling.

Industrial robots used this tool for material handling, robotic welding, robotic cutting, robotic assembly or robotic dispensing. The robot can grasp, hold, lift, move and pick and places objects with the end of arm tooling.

The TOP End of Arm tooling in robotic applications:
1. Bag grippers
2. Welding torches
3. Vacuum Grippers
4. Tool Changers
5. Finger Grippers

EOAT is a very important tool in the robotic system and robot users are demanding more flexibility due to latest trend on Robotics and the growing of this market. Robots can work in environments that the human cannot do operate and it had helped manufacture to keep the pace on this changing market.
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