Control Desk/HMI/MIMIC/ Annunciator/Operator Consol/ SCADA/EMS

The control desks are designed to make monitoring and control of devices easier and more convenient in facilities such as industrial plants and laboratories. The basic Control Desk has various indications and controls like Push Buttons, Selector Switches. Indications and Controls may be either digital or analog. The control desk has all the important indications and control, so that entire plant or sub-plant can be monitored and/or controlled from single location.

Control Desks may have printed MICIC or Annunciator. MIMIC is a line diagram of a pipe system or items of equipment within the process/plant which includes miniature alarm lights or operating buttons for the relevant point or item in the system.

HMI is short for Human Machine Interface. We use HMIs in industry to control and monitor machines. A very common Control Desk with HMI that everybody encounters on a regular basis would be an ATM machine. The screen and pushbuttons allow you to operate the machine to dispense a certain amount of money, or to deposit money. In Industru, it would be difficult to have a good automated process without a HMI. An operator or maintenance personnel can operate and monitor the machine from the HMI. They may include information like temperature, pressure, process steps, and material counts. HMI can also show very precise levels in tanks and exact positioning of machines.

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture comprising computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces (GUI) for high-level process supervisory management, while also comprising other peripheral devices like programmable logic controllers(PLC) and distributed control systems(DCS) to interface with process plant or machinery. The use of SCADA has been considered also for management and operations of project-driven-process in construction.

An energy management system (EMS) is a system of computer-aided tools used by operators of electric utility grids to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of the generation or transmission system. Also, it can be used in small scale systems like microgrids. The computer technology is also referred to as SCADA/EMS or EMS/SCADA. In these respects, the terminology EMS then excludes the monitoring and control functions, but more specifically refers to the collective suite of power network applications and to the generation control and scheduling applications.

  • Basic Control Desks
  • Control Desks having MIMIC
  • Control Desks along with HMI(Human Machine Interface) and PLC
  • Control Desk with Annunciator Panel
  • Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition System (SCADA)
  • Operating Console with Server indracture
  • Energy Management and Saving Systems