Offering a vast range of automation and processing technologies, including controllers, drive products, power distribution and control products, electrical discharge machines, electron beam machines, laser processing machines, computerised numerical controllers and industrial robots, Mitsubishi Electric helps bring higher productivity—and quality—to the factory floor. In addition, our extensive service networks around the globe provide direct communication and comprehensive support to customers.
The Q Series PLCs are equipped with a multiple CPU function that allows multiple CPUs to be mounted simultaneously. This capability allows for system configurations that match the scale and objectives of the production site.
Controllers that provide highly accurate positioning control. The servo is controlled by way of a high-speed servo network SSCNET, making complex synchronous control easy.
MELSERVO systems combine a servo motor and amp, and are ideal for controlling the moving parts of various machines and equipment (speed, torque, alignment, locus, etc.). They contribute to the development of competitive devices, as a driving source for industrial machines.
The FREQROL Series general-purpose inverters allows changes to be made to the speed of three-phase induction motors, freely and easily. An extensive line-up provides optimum control and energy conservation in a wide range of machines.
Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) — GOT The GOT Series HMIs have been designed to deliver maximum usability. They contribute to our customers' needs to improve efficiency, increase productivity and create added-value, by allowing them to monitor information from PLCs, CNCs and other FA products, and modify various data, through the HMIs.
Smaller, lighter and faster robots that are capable of managing heavier loads, both in terms of weight and functionality. Advanced developments at Mitsubishi Electric include the addition of a dedicated motor and controller fitted with a T64-bit RICS chip set. Models in the line-up are now equipped with a collision detection function and are being used to automate a growing number of production facilities where they contribute to added-value production.