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Calgary, AB, T2E 9B2
Phone: 403-450-7517
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General Technical Support
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Available Monday - Friday
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24 Hour Emergency Service: 24 hour emergency telephone support is available. Phone MICA Controls Support desk for details.

Industrial Control Links



Diagram of Industrial Control Links Applications


Diagram of Industrial Control Links Network

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NEW! Modulus

Modulus On Diamond Plate

Modulus SCADA controller modules utilize the latest web technology. There’s no software to buy or install. Just log in with your favorite browser and go! Windows, Apple, desktops, laptops, tablets or smart phones; all work with Modulus. Use one module as a stand-alone node, or snap together multiple units for larger configurations. With Modulus, everything is included. There’s no mysterious remote hosting services “in the cloud” to pay for. Other than monthly carrier fees if you choose to use cellular, there are no ongoing recurring charges or maintenance fees. Technical support and updates are also free.

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NEW! Scada Flex

Modulus SCADA Module On Diamond Plate

Scadaflex II controllers are 100% web based for both configuration and user interface. No applications are required other than any standard web browser. They are easily supported by remote access over the Internet or a cellular link.

Scadaflex II controllers support industry standard wired communications using Modbus, DF1, SNP, and Ethernet IP protocols along with Ethernet-Serial bridging for Modbus or any other protocol. Each Scadaflex II controller has both analog and digital, inputs and outputs, sufficient for pumping stations, irrigation controls, and other similar process monitoring and control applications. They can also serve as communications concentrators and protocol converters that enhance the operation of existing PLCs and process equipment.

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Sensor Options

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NEW! Radio Path Study Survey

GPS Radio Path Survey Banner

A GPS Radio Path Survey is reliable low-cost means of checking design choices and verifying the layout of a SCADA radio system, before a single piece of hardware is purchased and installed.

Based on GPS latitude and longitude readings taken at each proposed site, computer software with digital topological maps is used to evaluate the radio systems performance. The software takes into account the performance of the radios, the choice of antennas and cables, and the antenna heights. This information is analyzed against the terrain and sites identified by the GPS data to determine the radio signal strengths and “safety” margins.

Using a GPS Radio Path Study helps to ensure reliable radio system operation under a variety of changeable “real world” field conditions such as weather and foliage growth.

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Plug and Play SCADA

Photo of Scada Plug and Play Photo of Scada Plug and Play inside a panel

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