– SLC to ControlLogix – Siemens HMI to FactoryTalk View SE Station – Migrated a Profibus & DeviceNet Network
Some serious engineering & automation skills in this group.
We are so grateful for the opportunity to support our customers, distributors, partners, and vendors. Excited to build on a record year for our team going into 2023!
Pacific Blue recently upgraded a legacy control system for a customer. With the additional capabilities of a modern controls platform, Pacific Blue was able to capture critical production data and send it in a daily report via email to leadership. The insightful information results in actions taken to mitigate unplanned downtime, increase production, and improve […]
Great week connecting, sharing, and learning with the most influential leaders in the automation industry at the Rockwell Automation Fair 2022!
Exciting to witness the rapid evolution of technology in this space and the impact on a broad range of industries.
Check out our Corporate Profile that will be featured in Control Engineering magazine to learn more about who we are and the solutions we provide!
Pacific Blue designed & assembled a custom UL508A enclosure with redundant ControlLogix chassis, a ring topology network architecture, and I/O redundancy via AADvance. So fresh….so clean….
Designing and assembling server and redundant ControlLogix racks.
Pacific Blue Engineering successfully designed, programmed, installed, and commissioned a turn-key controls and safety upgrade on a machine for a large food & beverage customer. – Upgraded a legacy PLC to a Rockwell Automation CompactGuard safety PLC – Migrated a legacy HMI to a Rockwell Automation PanelView Plus 7 – Decommissioned existing field devices on […]
Pacific Blue Engineering’s (PBE) client recently presented a situation that many companies find themselves in: a machine on their floor, in this case, a shrink wrapper, was still mechanically sound but was starting to show its age. More frequent downtime and less predictable operation were becoming the norm at the end of their production line. […]