Our automation experience spans from the Device layer (I/O Panels, Instrumentation, and Motor Control), PLC Automation and Process Control, HMI and Operator Interface, annunciation, and SCADA.
We offer a variety of Industrial Automation Services to help support our customers. As a result, our customers can do what they do best and spend their time and energy focused on their company’s core competencies. So, let our automation engineers design, program and commission an automation system that utilizes industrial robots, PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers), PACs (Programmable Automation Controllers), motion controllers and user interfaces (SCADA and HMI) to meet your company’s needs. We also offer emergency response services on most industrial automation equipment.
At Fuzilogix, we understand the importance of information. Getting
clear, accurate data in a timely manner is critical to managing
automated systems. A SCADA system designed and implemented by Fuzilogix
will provide advanced visualization and data monitoring, from multiple
systems and components.
As an automation firm, we have experience designing and implementing systems with components and software from multiple sources. We use industry-standard open protocols, including Modbus, BACNet, SNMP, OPC, and ODBC. Our designs are compatible with most web browsers and mobile devices. It’s this high level of versatility that makes our turnkey solutions possible.
Fuzilogix customers look for fully integrated, custom, turnkey systems
to meet a range of production, quality, and ergonomic needs. With
expertise in programmable logic controls (PLC), electromechanical
systems, and machine language programming, we can build systems that
meet your goals reliably and with precision and accuracy.
Our clients come from many industries and seek solutions to a variety of manufacturing challenges. Each application is unique and highly specialized, but the equipment and controls we use can be deployed in many automation applications across a variety of industries.
Control panel design starts with the basics, and it's not just about
selecting a cabinet and back panel to house your electrical control
hardware. It's about creating a design to control a machine or process.
To do that, hardware must be purchased and mounted on a back panel and
then wired and integrated into the machine.
The automation cannot be brought to life and properly maintained for years without a proper control panel design. Every control system needs a control panel design, and that includes drawings—the electrical schematic. Building and wiring a panel without the design represented in a schematic is like mopping the floor without sweeping first; when complete, it's just a bad job. Drawings are always required, just as installing wire numbers, on all wiring in an industrial automation control panel, is always required.