Simulating Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Electrical

April 27, 2006
Automation Studio lets users design, document, simulate, and animate automation circuits including pneumatics, hydraulics, PLCs, sequential function charts, electrical controls, and more.

Users can monitor circuits with pace control and component color-coding features to find potential faults, which helps validate designs. Users can monitor circuits with pace control and component color-coding features to find potential faults, which helps validate designs. Users can also precisely monitor variables such as pressures, flows, and displacements at any point in a circuit simply by inserting measuring instruments or using plotting functions.

Famic Technologies Inc., 9999 Cavendish Blvd., Suite 350, St-Laurent, QC, Canada, H4M 2X5, (514) 748-8050, famictech.com

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