Distributed Control Systems (DCS)
Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business (formerly known as GE Energy Control Solutions), has a proven history of delivering dependable, cost-effective distributed control systems (DCS) across a broad range of industries. Our control systems improve the reliability and productivity of your operations with advanced analytics. In industries where safety rated systems are required, Nexus Controls also offers SIL-certified options to meet your needs.
Nexus Controls’ distributed control system is designed to be the ideal central hub for your daily operations. We offer multiple communication links to facilitate easy integration with your existing equipment. Our distributed control system is also scalable from low device count applications up to fully integrated plant-wide systems with more than 25,000 devices.
Nexus Controls’ global team of domain experts have successfully completed over 11,000 greenfield and brownfield projects around the world, including extensive Distributed Control System applications across a wide range of industries. The Nexus Controls global engineering and manufacturing network provides customers with dependable local support to ensure that your Distributed Control System starts up the first time while meeting your schedule.
Nexus Controls Distributed Control System Offerings
When a plant fails to operate correctly, Nexus OnCore† Control System is there to help plant operators improve their decision-making speed and accuracy. The unified software environment quickly and accurately changes the application system logic that controls plant operations in real time, online. This capability found with Nexus OnCore Control System optimizes up-time without the need to rely on the manufacturer.
Nexus OnCore systems increase equipment availability, reliability and maintainability for rotating machines. It offers a portfolio that includes critical cybersecurity features and diagnostic approach to the OEM system vendor.
The Nexus OnCore Safety System is a electronic safety-related system defined by IEC 61508 (2010), with a system capability of SC 3 and safety integration level of SIL 3 by 2oo3 architectural design. It can be applied to those applications which requires no higher than SIL 3 under low demand operation mode.