Today Si-Plan designs and manufactures turnkey systems building complete machines incorporating digital control and measurement solutions originated in house.
Si-Plan Electronics Research Limited was founded in 1977 to design and manufacture electronic systems used in medical and industrial applications, often interfacing with mechanical components and machines produced by third parties.
In 1980 the company had a 4000 square foot premises built and began to design and manufacture complete products and machines also taking on the mechanical part of the project.
By 1990 the premises had been outgrown and the company moved to its current 15,000 square foot factory enabling more investment in research, development and manufacturing capability.
Since the conception of the company micro processors were incorporated into the system solutions. 40 years of work and experience with a range of platforms has resulted in the current flagship 1085 Digital Servo Controller and Data Acquisition system.
Si-Plan works with government establishments, universities, public and private companies worldwide in the aerospace, agricultural, automotive, medical and pharmaceutical sectors.
International customer base
Si-Plan Electronics Research Ltd’s products are in use in the UK and
- Saudi Arabia
Si-Plan has a team of experienced multi-disciplined engineers with individual specialisations which is invaluable in ensuring customers requirements are developed from concept through to the finished article.
- Mechanical Computer Aided Design
- Electronics Computer Aided Design
- Mechanical engineering (including hydraulics and pneumatics)
- CNC machining
- Welding and fabrication
- Electronic assembly
- Control panel wiring
- Software development (control, monitoring, display and data logging)
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