As more manufacturers and distribution centers move towards plant automation, so does the need for advanced instrumentation for your Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system and/or Distributed Control System (DCS). As these systems become more complex with the addition of new technologies, you need a team of skilled instrumentation technicians that can design, service, maintain and upgrade your SCADA system instrumentation components to meet your ever-changing demands.
Facility managers rely on SCADA to monitor and manage lighting, entry/exit systems and HVAC systems and components such as temperature sensors, fans and compressors. The manufacturing industry relies on SCADA to manage sub-assemblies and parts for just-in-time manufacturing, while regulating industrial robots and monitoring quality control. Fully automated SCADA systems are used across a wide variety of other industries such as traffic control, agriculture/irrigation, food and beverage and even mass transit systems.
SCADA also provides automation control in environments not safe or practical for human workers including pipelines, refineries and nuclear energy production. Winward Electrical Services, Inc. has made a commitment to serve this growing sector beyond the instrumentation basics of flow, temperature, pressure and level control.
Our team of technician experts have received advanced instrumentation training in the following areas and technologies.
To learn more about our instrumentation calibration, startup and system commissioning or decommissioning services, please contact our office.
Winward is a full-service instrumentation contractor and we’re ready to work with your blueprints, or our engineers can design-build a system tailored to your exact and demanding requirements.
To learn more about our instrumentation contractor services for your new SCADA or DCS system
The electrical instrumentation technician is responsible for a variety of tasks, depending on the project they’re assigned. Besides installing new systems, the technician may also:
With our decades of experience, Winward has the hands-on service experience necessary to calibrate older, fully pneumatic systems that utilize External I/P transducers with pneumatic valves using newer Delta I/P transmitters (or Mag Meter) to 4-20 mA electronic output.
We also have the expertise to convert these systems to a 3-15 PSI signal to operate a strictly pneumatic valve with a newer electronic D/P transmitter, Mag Meter or Flow D/P with orifice plates.
Our highly advanced team also performs these critical services:
When it comes to electrical and industrial instrumentation, or any other professional electrical services, look to Winward for everything you need.