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Industrial Engineering & Management

ISSN: 2169-0316

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Use of PID to increase the productive yielding of industrial equipment and machines of an electronics industry of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

Abstract

Gustavo López Badilla*, Karina Cecilia Arredondo Soto, Elizabeth Romero Samaniego and Margarita Cervantes Trujillo

The operational yielding of industrial equipment and machinery is a very important factor in the activities of each industry, because is part of productivity and quality indices of manufactured products. The majorly of this type of industries use widely a variety devices such as PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative), which generates control of a diverse industrial operations, depending is required. The PID is designed at low cost with basic electronic components of low power as coils, capacitors, resistors, relays, and transistors, where some companies in the Mexicali city not use this type of devices and not have an optimal control in the manufacturing areas. An industry of electronic sector and that fabricates cell phones, tablets and laptops located in this city, reflected some problematic situations in where wasn’t control in some industrial operations, and were occurred a lot failures and human errors an investigation to regulate these specific operations was made using PID. This scientific study showed the necessity of use this electronic devices and, when was applied its, was elaborated the control was observed an increase in levels of productivity and quality, and decreasing the costs by the presence of defective products without finished and stored in zones of manufacturing areas, delaying the process and the delivery to others areas and customers, and originating loss of customers. Other important aspect observed with the use of PID, was that equipment and machinery increased its life time generating low indices of electrical failures, because it’s operated in the time required and not always were working even without raw materials to manufacture the products of the electronic industry evaluated. The investigation was made from 2017 to 2018.

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