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Outbound Technologies, Inc. Integrators
30026 Research Drive New Hudson MI 48165 United States
Phone 1248-735-5000 (203)
Phone 2 317-842-3500
Phone 3513-847-1005
Fax248-735-5001
  • PostedThursday, May 18,2017 at 4:03 PM

    In many markets regulations for selling products require the use of a unique trace code permanently affixed to the product’s packaging. The individual products are marked with a trace code, trace codes must be applied at all aggregation points – such as boxing or palletizing. After the product is through the manufacturing and packaging processes, a record of product trace codes and aggregation trace codes must be maintained and transmitted.

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  • PostedFriday, April 7,2017 at 8:49 AM

    The Customer requested Outbound Technologies, Inc. to perform the electrical hardwire design engineering, AutoCAD detailing, controls O&M manual engineering, lock-out placard and TMS engineering, HMI software design engineering, PLC software design engineering, and capital material consisting of: a (6) door Master Control panel containing a Controllogix PLC, (1) Remote I/O enclosure for filter house, and (5) VFD’s with NEMA 1 enclosures, factory acceptance test (FAT), and commissioning for the Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) at a Metro Detroit automotive painting facility.

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  • PostedFriday, April 7,2017 at 8:48 AM

    The Customer requested Outbound Technologies, Inc. to perform the electrical hardwire design engineering, AutoCAD detailing, controls O&M manual engineering, lock-out placard and TMS engineering, HMI software design engineering, PLC software design engineering, and capital material consisting of: (2) Master Control Panels using ControlLogix, 12 Motor Control Centers, 8 I/O Panels using 1771 I/O and 2 Field Operator Panels with a PanelView 1500+, and commissioning for a Phosphating/Electro-Deposition Line at a Metro Detroit automotive painting facility.

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  • PostedFriday, April 7,2017 at 8:46 AM

    The Customer requested Outbound Technologies, Inc. to perform the electrical hardwire design engineering, AutoCAD detailing, controls O&M manual engineering, lock-out placard and TMS engineering, HMI software design engineering, PLC software design engineering, and capital material consisting of: (8) Oven Systems. The oven systems included both new and reworked Master Control Panels and Zone Panels containing a ControlLogix PLCs, remote I/O connected by either Ethernet or DH+, and VFD’s factory acceptance test (FAT), and commissioning for the Oven Systems at a Metro Detroit automotive painting facility.

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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:12 PM

    The purpose of this job was to perform the conceptual design, PLC and HMI software design, control panel build, mechanical subcontractor management, and commissioning for the fuel blend system at an automotive research facility.

    The Fuel Blending System contained two boards of 374 manually actuated valves. Each board (labeled “J” and “K”) contained 22 valves across by 17 valves high for a total of 748 valves. The valve boards supplied various fuel types to test cells in the research facility’s campus. Due to the types of fuel being used, the operational environment was treated as Class 1 Division 1.
    The objective was to design and implement a control system to operate and monitor all of the manually actuated valves in this environment, as well as all automated valves in the fuel supply system.

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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:11 PM

    The purpose of this project was to provide the electrical process controls upgrade for an existing automotive paint facility.

    New global controls architecture was used wherever possible. A combination of standard panels and custom designed panels were engineered while utilizing the new controls architecture. New MCPs and VFDs were purchased. Existing control panels were re-used. All I/O was removed and replaced by Allen Bradley Flex I/O with DeviceNet communication. New ControlLogix PLC programs and Siemens WinCC HMI programs were created for all systems.

    The Carrier Cleaner system upgrade included a control-reliable design and a new DeviceNet interface with two relocated and reused robots.

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  • PostedFriday, May 23,2014 at 2:09 PM

    The purpose of this project was to provide the electrical drawings in EPLAN, electrical design support, controls programming, and commissioning for a packaging machine upgrade that included migrating from Mitsubishi to Siemens architecture.

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