Industrial AutomationAutomation is one of the most important part of industrial production. Prior to the introduction of these systems, various machines were used to control production lines, each operating independently and with many limitations. But the goal of automation is to reduce production costs, precision in production, and reduce the impact of the human factor. The alignment and targeting of the components of the device and, where appropriate, the creation of a network in a control process is due to the use of automation technology.
PLC(Programmable Logic Controller)
The need for lower cost controllers, more versatile applications, and greater ease of use led to the development of programmable controllers, which were widely used in process and machine control. PLCs were designed as a replacement for operator relay and timer logic systems that were unchanged by the operator to be used instead of the usual conventional control panels. PLCs were able to provide ease of use and flexibility to cheap control systems. This is done by planning them and executing simple logic commands, often in the form of a Ladder Diagram. PLCs have a number of internal functions such as: timers, counters and shift registers that allow proper control, even with the smallest PLC. OCI cooperates with the FATEK AUTOMATION in the field of PLC and distributes the products of this company in the region.View More
HMI(Human Machine Interface)
HMI stands for Human Machine Interface and means the interface between human and machine. It is used to monitor and observe the parameters of industrial devices such as PLCs, industrial controllers, etc. HMI is actually a touch LCD monitor that can be programmed using software provided by the manufacturer HMI, and also by which various parameters can be changed and the system can be controlled. OCI cooperates with the FATEK AUTOMATION in the field of HMI and distributes the products of this company in the region.View More
In all industrial applications, electronic circuits, according to their special design, need voltage and current at certain levels to operate. In a narrower sense, a power supply is a device that is capable of generating different (adjustable) Direct Voltages(DC) with different current levels from an Alternating Voltage(AC) input in a given range.The switching power supply performs the regulating operation by switching method. To maintain a constant voltage at the output of a power supply, two methods of linear regulation and switching regulation are common. OCI cooperates with the FATEK AUTOMATION and ACRO POWERS in the field of Power Supply and distributes the products of these companies in the region. View More
A servo drive is a special electronic amplifier used to power electric servomechanisms: its main task is to monitor the feedback signal from the servomechanism and continually adjusts for deviation from expected behavior. A servo system is made up of four components including a servo motor and drive, a controller, and a feedback device. Often, the feedback device is an encoder. The controller is programmed to instruct the motor on what it must do which then triggers the drive to send sufficient electrical energy to the motor to make the required action possible.A servo drive is capable of controlling the torque, velocity or position. In a servo system, the servo drive typically controls the torque. OCI cooperates with the SERAD and DELTA ELCTRONICS in the field of Servo Drive and Motion Controller and distributes the products of these companies in the region.