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Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies

Sir William Siemens House
Princess Road
Manchester
Greater Manchester
M20 2UR
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 161 446 6400
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    Developments bolster power and efficiency gains to Siemens TIA Portal(09/01/2013)

    Siemens Industry has extended its Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) Portal engineering framework with a number of new functions, adding power and efficiency to the existing framework’s capabilities.

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    A well-oiled transition from old to new(14/09/2012)

    A major UK based lubricants manufacturer has migrated from an obsolete and problematic control system with no disruption to production levels, and is now enjoying high plant availability, reduced cycle times, lower levels of waste, total production transparency and flexibility - and significant cost savings.

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    On their bikes for 'Make it in Great Britain'(05/07/2012)

    Siemens MD Juergen Maier, Sir Richard Leese of Manchester City Council and Will Butler Adams, MD of Brompton Bikes, arrived at the Siemens 'Make it in Great Britain' VIP event at the Manchester Convention Complex on the new Brompton Bikes. Manufactured in the UK, the bikes will be used across Manchester as part of the new cycle scheme that will see the compact bikes available for hire from Piccadilly Station.

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    Siemens invites you to Answers for Industry 2012(03/04/2012)

    Join Siemens and its guest speakers at Answers for Industry 2012, to be held at the Manchester Central Convention Complex on July 4 and 5 2012. This is a free event where you can gain an insight into current and emerging trends influencing the manufacturing sector. Featuring a comprehensive seminar programme, the event will showcase best practice and answer your questions on key issues including:

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    Industrial Ethernet portfolio now includes fault-tolerant redundancy option(30/01/2012)

    Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies has expanded its industrial network products range with a fault-tolerant system for smooth and delay-free redundancy in industrial Ethernet networks. The new Scalance X-200RNA (Redundant Network Access) network access points are suitable for applications requiring particularly high fault tolerance. In addition to the Scalance hardware, Siemens also offers the Softnet-IE RNA software package enabling PCs to be connected to parallel networks.

  • Drive train management(04/01/2012)

    Stephen Barker describes how a complete drive train management strategy can become a valuable part of a best practice approach to energy, cost and carbon emissions reduction

  • Integrated safety – space and cost saving technology(04/01/2012)

    Safety systems are an important and integral part of a modern process plant or manufacturing automation system. Hitherto, safety and automation functions were separated, but there is now a trend to integrate a number of safety functions with the control platform itself. In this article John Inskip describes how safety functionality can be integrated into the variable speed drive platform

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    Siemens Congleton celebrates 40th anniversary(13/12/2011)

    Siemens Congleton is celebrating its 40th anniversary with its busiest and most successful year to date. The plant was established in 1971 and is now Siemens’ global hub for manufacturing variable speed drives, which it exports to 78 countries across the world. Over the past 40 years, it has gone from strength to strength and its current 500 employees are reported to be enjoying an outstanding period of growth.

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    Low voltage motor scrappage scheme available from Siemens(13/07/2011)

    From August 1 to December 31 2011, Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) will be running a motor scrappage scheme to ease the associated costs of the EU MEPS (European Minimum Energy Performance Standard) scheme which came into force on 16 June. The new legislation prevents the manufacture and sale of standard electric motors under IE2 (Eff1) class.

  • Northerly islands face a burning issue(04/05/2011)

    The highly successful Shetland Islands waste-to-energy scheme is set for future expansion with its all-new distributed control system. The change was a difficult choice for the operators, but the flexible, open technology promises smooth legacy migration as the project progresses

  • Northerly islands face a burning issue(04/05/2011)

    The highly successful Shetland Islands waste-to-energy scheme is set for future expansion with its all-new distributed control system. The change was a difficult choice for the operators, but the flexible, open technology promises smooth legacy migration as the project progresses

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    Integrated security functions enhance safety of industrial networks(07/04/2011)

    New components with integrated security functions from Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies (IA&DT) allow companies to enhance the safety of their networks in process automation and production automation. The new versions of the Simatic NET CP 341-1 Advanced and Simatic NET CP 443-1 Advanced communications processors contain a firewall as well as a VPN function (Virtual Private Network) and therefore establish secure access to controllers of the Simatic S7-300 and S7-400 series.

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    Safe shutdown of motors up to SIL 3/PL e(02/03/2011)

    Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies has introduced two fail-safe digital modules implemented with the motor management system Simocode pro for safe shutdown of motors in process automation. The DM-F Profisafe and DM-F Local modules fulfill the requirements of the IEC 61508/62061 and ISO 13849-1 standards for functional safety up to SIL 3/PL e.

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    New power supplies from Siemens offer high efficiency and power density(02/12/2010)

    Compact, efficient and powerful – these are the three key features of the new three-phase Sitop PSU300S power supplies and the single phase Sitop PSU100C device versions from Siemens. The narrow footprint of the power supplies only requires a small mounting area. And thanks to their high efficiency, the new models consume less energy and generate less waste heat.

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