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Case Study - iView Royal Navy Solution

Case Study - iView Royal Navy Solution
The Royal Navy had a requirement to refit the Duke Class Type 23 Frigates with either replaced or upgraded onboard refrigerated stores suites. These ships form the backbone of the Royal Navy's surface flotilla and therefore reliable onboard equipment was of the utmost importance.The Royal Navy selected specialist marine refrigeration company Ernest West & Beynon to carry out the upgrades. The IMO iView Advanced HMI was selected as the most appropriate for the task at hand...Click here to read more.

IMO Automation Sponsors Golf Event

October 2016 - IMO Automation Sponsors Golf Event
Monday, October 10, 2016 witnessed the 13th annual Dick Paden Memorial Golf Tournament, benefitting Carolinas Electronic Representatives Association (CERA) Scholarship Fund, and IMO Automation were amongst its proud sponsors. This year the event was held at the Wild Wood Green Golf Club in Raleigh NC, and featured hole-in-one prizes of $10,000 cash on all par 3’s, plus a $5,000 putt for cash team event, amongst other fun events....Click here to read more.

Case Study - Solar Cube Canada

Case Study - Solar Cube Canada
IMO Canada was approached to offer a reliable solution for solar tracking control to replace existing programmable relays and time-based PLC tracking controls. The client indicated a large number of high quality; 2 axis solar arrays built on rural and farm properties that were starting to fail.......Click here to read more.

IMO launches South Africa Sales and Logistics Centre

April 2015 - IMO launches South Africa Sales and Logistics Centre
IMO is pleased to announce the launch of its new sales office and logistics centre in South Africa located in Cape Town. IMO South Africa will include local sales, technical support and inventory to support IMO's continued growth in the region. The new office will be headed by Gary Fulton, an ex-employee of IMO who relocated to Cape Town 10 years ago....Click here to read more.

IMO Automazione at MC4 Bologna

March 2015 - IMO Automazione at MC4 Bologna
Increasing our global brand awareness, IMO have recently featured at the MC4 Motion Control exhibition in Bologna on 10th March 2015. MC4 is the first and only Italian exhibition and conference dedicated to technologies and products for motion control, and IMO Automazione were proud to be exhibiting as one of the leading companies in this industry....Click here to read more.

IMO Pack ‘N’ Track

March 2015 - IMO Pack ‘N’ Track
The IMO custom built Pack ‘N’ Track system has integrated our logistics seamlessly to UPS for over five years now enabling later next day delivery cut-off times and total tracking visibility from the moment a delivery note is printed. Its customised programme ensures that UPS just pick up and deliver, and with over 30,000 square feet of warehousing packed with products at our European HQ in London, that kind of efficiency is needed to ensure our customers get their products on-time, every time. ...Click here to read more.

IMO DIN RAIL TERMINALS – Pushing toward the future of panel connectors

February 2015 - IMO DIN RAIL TERMINALS – Pushing toward the future of panel connectors
IMO extends it’s already comprehensive range of terminals and now introduces the PUSH-FIT DIN-terminal.

Designed to allow instant wiring without the need for a screwdriver, the PUSH FIT terminal saves both time and money.

With ratings up to 800V/57A and wiring capabilities to 16mm2 for solid strand cables on single connection standard and earth terminals, our PUSH-FIT terminals are designed to meet vibration frequencies of up to 2kHz at a displacement of 20mm and an acceleration of 20g....Click here to read more.

IMO are proud to introduce the new iView – Advanced range of touch-screen HMI controllers

December 2014 - IMO are proud to introduce the new iView – Advanced range of touch-screen HMI controllers
See the difference with our new range of advanced HMI controllers. The brand new iView is a cost effective range of HMIs with an incredible offering of standard features, all specially designed for today’s automation environment. All models feature high resolution 65k colour resistive touch-screen LCD TFT screens, plus an array of communications ports, including two USB, one Ethernet, three serial and a MicroSD slot capable of accepting up to 16GB memory card.

The easy to use integrated development tool, iView Developer, features solution-oriented screen objects, high-end vector graphics, Windows fonts for multi-language applications, recipes, data loggers and operation logging, to name but a few.

Leading the way, the iView has been optimised for implementation in Motion Control, Packaging Machinery, Food Processing, Pump Control, Water & Waste Treatment, Custodial Vehicle Management, Environmental Control, Dedicated Alarm Systems, Building Management, Process Control and much more. ...Click here to read more.

Case Study - i3 Biomass Solution

Case Study - i3 Biomass Solution
The OEM had a requirement for a control system capable of operating as ‘standalone’ or as part of a networked system, where remote monitoring/support could be offered. The IMO i3 range of Integrated Controller easily satisfies this requirement, with its easy to use programming software and remote connectivity packages. The IMO solution is the solution of choice for OEM’s....Click here to read more.

New i3 Intelligent Control Station Video

December 2014 - New i3 Intelligent Control Station Video
Have you heard about IMO’s all-in-one i3 Integrated Control Station? A technologically advanced product, used by hundreds of OEM’s worldwide, the i3 Controller combines PLC, HMI and I/O into one compact unit. Dare we say intelligence raised by the power of 3!

As microprocessor technology moves forward, it is a logical step to rationalise hardware and condense many traditional control components down into a single compact unit. This gives the benefits of reducing manufacturing costs, reducing overall power consumption of the control solutions and reducing application development time.

Introducing the brand new iDrive 2 – Ultra-low cost inverter range from IMO

December 2014 - Introducing the brand new iDrive 2 – Ultra-low cost inverter range from IMO
If you are a machine builder looking for a high volume cost-effective solution, or an occasional user looking for a drive that is easy to set up, the iDrive 2 is the ultimate low-cost variable speed drive for you!

iDrive 2 is simple to commission using the detachable keypad. For volume users there is a free software package that will allow the bulk transfer of complete parameter sets. A range of EMC filter options makes the iDrive 2 suitable for virtually every industrial, commercial or domestic application.

Powerful, configurable and cost-effective, and with the 2-year included warranty, the iDrive 2 offers complete peace of mind. ...Click here to read more.

IMO at Solar Energy UK and SAVE Italy Conference and Exhibition

October 2014 - IMO at Solar Energy UK and SAVE Italy Conference and Exhibition
IMO hits the road this month exhibiting at two of the leading exhibition in Europe. First is Solar Energy UK at the NEC, Birmingham, UK on the 14-16 October 2014. Now in its 5th year, Solar Energy UK (SEUK) has established itself as the no.1 UK event for all professionals within the solar industry, attracting over 170 exhibitors and 2,424 unique visitors last year from 42 countries.

You will find us at stand No. A8

Then we move on to Save Conference & Exhibition at the Veronafiere, Italy on the 28-29 October 2014. Now in its eighth edition, SAVE combines an exhibition with vocational training for professional qualification on Solutions and Applications for Automation, Instrumentation and Sensors.

You will find us at stand No. 91...Click here to read more.

IMO Pacific at Clean Energy Week, Sydney

July 2014 - IMO Pacific at Clean Energy Week, Sydney
IMO talk TRUE DC isolation at Australia's biggest and most prestigious clean energy event

Clean Energy Week 2014, Australia's biggest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry, opened its doors this week, with a full schedule of activity and Professional Development seminars.

Leading the discussion on DC isolation issues and solutions, including the benefits of an isolator designed for DC versus a modified AC isolator, to a packed house of solar installers, was IMO Pacific’s Pty Ltd Managing Director, David Gent.

Topics included:

• AC vs DS Safe Switching
• What is a Switch and what is a Switch-Disconnector
• DC Isolator Selection
• Examples of Typical PV Installations using a TRUE DC Switch

Gent commented “this was a great opportunity to get up at Australia’s biggest renewable energy show and in front of some of the country’s leading PV installers to discuss this important safety issue of DC switching”....Click here to read more.

Case Study - i3C BMS Solution

Case Study - i3C BMS Solution
The client required a replacement BMS controller to replace the existing ineffective unit. After a site survey, the integrator selected an IMO Intelligent Control Station (iCube) as an ideal solution for the application.

The BMS system consists of the following:
• 2 off boilers
• 1 off Air Handling Unit (AHU)
• 1 off hot water system
• Zone 1 heating
• Zone 2 & 3 heating
• Underfloor heating
• Frost protection
...Click here to read more.

Case Study - i3D OEE Data Collection

Case Study - i3D OEE Data Collection
To improve productivity the client wished to monitor OEE of the existing grain processing and cleaning line. Although retrofitting of the data collection points would require modifications in several control panels, it would be necessary to keep production disruption to a minimum.

The chosen IMO Systems Integrator confirmed the clients requirements and chose to use the IMO i3D Integrated Controller with iSmart Intelligent Relays to collect the digital input data (Line running, product levels, bag count, reject bag, good bag etc). In addition to this, the production line is made up of ‘plug and play’ machines – so the line configuration can be changed to suit the product type – and therefore a deal of monitoring flexibility was required. ...Click here to read more.