A control system is a device or set of devices to manage, command, direct or regulate the behaviour of other devices or systems. Control systems are ubiquitous, essential, and largely invisible to the general public. Our homes are full of automatic control systems. There are thermostats to regulate the temperature of the house, the refrigerator, the dishwasher, the clothes washer and dryer, the oven, and the hot water heater. Improvements in many aspects of our lives will depend on improved control systems.
For example, better control system would greatly reduce the non uniformity in temperature that is so annoying in many office buildings and homes. The control function helps business management in various ways. It guides the management in achieving pre-determined goals. The control process also ensures the efficiency of various functions. The shortcoming in various fields is also reported for taking corrective measures. Control provides basis for future action.
A control panel is an electrical device consisting of a flat insulated surface that contains switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devices.
Commonly it is a flat, often vertical, area where control or monitoring instruments are displayed. Control panels offer hassle-free operation along with low consumption of power and accurate performance. Control Panels are divided into three types-HT panels, LT Panel and Instrument control panels. HT Panels are used for the operation of potential transformers, capacitors and motors. The basic function of LT panels is to distribute and control power to motors and other electrical devices within an industry. Instrument control panels consist of standard features such as indicators, controllers and recorders that assist in the regular running of a production plant. Older control panels are most often equipped with push buttons and analogue instruments, whereas today in many cases touchscreens are used for monitoring and control purposes. Computer-aided design (CAD), also known as computer-aided design and drafting, is the use of computer technology for the process of design and design-documentation. There are several different types of the CAD. Each of these different types of CAD systems requires the operator to think differently about how he or she will use them and he or she must design their virtual components in a different manner for each. The biggest advantage to using a computer automated drafting program is found in the amount of time saved. In fact, the time needed for manufacturing schematics can easily be cut to a mere fraction of its normal value. This is possible because of the fact that Electrical Cad Software uses automatic steps that make creating and recreating parts of a project and entire projects remarkably easy. Clearly, the use of automated software has a lot of advantages working in its favour. By choosing to use this simple piece of technology, you can save yourself both time and money.
At IServe Inc., engineers are available to discuss control systems with potential customers and advise on possible control methods. We design & manufacture all types of electrical control panels for industrial and commercial use. Also, we carry out upgrade and panel modifications either on-site or in our workshop. We build control panels to existing specifications if already designed. We carry out repair and fault finding. Our control equipment can be successfully applied to
a. Heating Air Conditioning
b. Food Processing Equipment
c. Supermarket Refrigeration
We provide electrical CAD design, where our company have a very skilled labor force with our staff having potential experience in control panel manufacture and site installation work. We pride ourselves on our excellent after sales back up service. We supply equipment to industrial sector, local authorities and all major supermarket chains. We pride ourselves on seeing the job through from the initial design to manufacture, installation & commissioning of control equipment at very competitive prices.