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Technitab is an engineering organization extending Automation PLC SCADA Engineers services solutions for all industries in power sector. It has gained vast experience in the field of testing & commissioning activities in various Power system projects involving Power generation, Transmission and Distribution networks Power utilities and Process industries.We are competent in Engineering, Design, Erection, testing and commissioning, pre-commissioning, Operation and maintenance of HV, MV and EHV sub-stations, Power networks and other heavy industrial sectors.


We are the emerging service provider for Testing and commissioning and substation automation services:

  • Survey and Data collection from Site.
  • Preparation of engineering documents, SLD, Layout Preparation, BOM and I/O List, cable schedule and adaptation schedule preparation.
  • Panel Erection, Cable laying and Termination.
  • Preparation of RTU Configuration files and PLC logics for sub-station automation.
  • Testing and commissioning of RTU and obtaining SAT certificate from customer.
  • We commenced our technical services in 2015. We have dedicated team of SCADA engineers who are having vast experience in power sector, also our engineers undergo training facilities which enables them to acquire wide range of skills on growing technology needs and achieving customer satisfaction by focusing on quality at work. We undertake Substation Testing and Commissioning of Protection Systems of all types of Relays including Electromechanical to Numerical Relays of all Manufacturers (ABB, Siemens, AREVA).

    Energy Automation

  • Telecontrol Communication standards
  • OPGW cables
  • RTUs
  • HMI and SCADA systems in PAS
  • Modbus protocol
  • Station Controllers
  • Field devices
  • RSTP in SAS
  • Protocol converters
  • Need of Network Security systems
  • Industrial Automation

  • Field devices: Sensors and Actuators
  • HMI and SCADA systems
  • Industry 4.0 communications
  • PID and Cascade control loops
  • OPC interface in SCADA systems
  • Web based SCADA systems
  • PLC and DCS systems
  • Ladder Programming
  • HART protocols
  • Neural networks in Process automation
  • Building Automation

  • IOT in BMS
  • Energy Management in BMS
  • Security in BMS network
  • Access control systems
  • Controllers
  • Communication protocols
  • BMS connected to Smart phones
  • Modern Building Security systems
  • Fixed Automation System

    Fixed automation (Hard automation): Fixed automation refers to the use of special purpose equipment to automate a fixed sequence of processing or assembly operations. Each of the operation in the sequence is usually simple, involving perhaps a plain linear or rotational motion or an uncomplicated combination of two. It is relatively difficult to accomodate changes in the product design. This is called hard automation.

    Programmable Automation System

    Programmable automation allows for machine configurations and operation sequences that can change based on signals sent from electronic controls. With a programmable automation system, products can be produced in batches through the reprogramming of machine operations and sequences. The products created in this process typically are batch quantities, and these batches can be as low as just a few dozen products and as high as thousands of units produced at a time.

    Flexible Automation System

    Flexible automation systems are highly-adaptable systems with computer input and controls. Commands are created and entered by human operators using computer code or through other Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs). These computer instructions are high-level, starting low-level changes automatically and identifying various automation processes and their system locations. In flexible automation systems, multiple machine tools can be connected to a sophisticated material-handling system typically through robotic automation. Each aspect of the production and material-handling system is controlled from a central computer system.

    Integrated Automation System

    The integrated automation system IAS integrates the functions of control, monitoring and alarming of all automation systems on the ship. The structure of the system is distributed, it consists of several substations communicated with each other via a redundant, fast and reliable communication protocol. Distributed system structure minimizes cabling to a minimum. Marine-Electronics.eu provides the opportunity to develop a system both for newly built vessels as well as a retro-fits of old systems. We also provide service and maintenance of existing systems.

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