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CSR 2014 at Nakornnayok

Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Limited  employees traveled to Huakhaokaeo School in Nakornnayok to improve the school facilties, which include rainspout reparing, replacing of faucets, door bolts and windows. The project also involved hosting a lunch party, providing educational materials and sports equipments to children




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Project: School Faciltity Development For The Children
Date: 8th February, 2014 @Huakhaokaeo School, Nakornnayok
 
Objectives
1. To encourage employees to have good conscience in social responsibilty.
2. To support, encourage, and develop youth for the future of our country.
 
Description
Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Limited  employees traveled to Huakhaokaeo School in Nakornnayok to improve the school facilties, which include rainspout reparing, replacing of faucets, door bolts and windows. The project also involved hosting a lunch party, providing educational materials and sports
equipments to children.
 
Summary
To participated in this project, employees had donated sports equipments,milk, snacks, as well as donated money to build and replace rainspouts. The results are, these activities had made the project very successful and made those children very happy. 
 
 

 


CPG introduces new Web-based system for remote monitoring of backup power systems

PowerCommand 500/550 enables authorized users to remotely monitor and control on-site power systems, reducing costly service calls and site visits.



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MINNEAPOLIS – The new PowerCommand 500/550 Remote Monitoring System from Cummins Power Generation provides a convenient Web-based means of remotely monitoring and controlling on-site generator sets, transfer switches, sensors and output controls from any PC or Mac computer. Multiple authorized users can now remotely determine the status of annunciators, alternators, engines, and transfer switches from anywhere, reducing the need for costly service calls and site visits. With the PowerCommand system, users can remotely start and stop generators, start and stop transfer switch tests, and reset and acknowledge faults.

 

Ideal for a wide range of on-site power applications, such as data centers, health care, manufacturing, offices and schools, the system is available in two levels of capability. The PowerCommand 500 remote monitoring system is capable of monitoring and controlling two devices, such as one generator set and one transfer switch in a typical standby power application. The PowerCommand 550 remote monitoring system is capable of monitoring and controlling up to 12 on-site devices, such as multiple generator sets, multiple transfer switches or other I/O modules. Both remote monitoring systems are compatible with power generation equipment from Cummins Power Generation as well as third-party manufacturers. 

 

“The PowerCommand 500/550 provides much more than just remote monitoring,” said Jason Stanford, engineering manager and technical project leader for Cummins Power Generation. “This Cummins-designed system provides users with not only remote access to information but also remote control of their on-site power system. It has been fully tested to UL, CE and CSA organizational standards, and has been extensively field-tested for reliability and usability. This next-generation remote monitoring device can be relied upon to keep an open line of communication with a user’s power system.”

 

The PowerCommand 500/550 is also capable of notifying users of power system events when they happen ― via email or text ― allowing users to take immediate action. In addition to providing alerts, the device collects and stores data in system and device data logs for later detailed analysis. Data logging capability can be expanded by inserting either a USB memory device or SD card into the unit. The PowerCommand 550 model allows users to freely export this data to other devices.

 

Point-and-click access to functions

 

The remote monitoring system’s Web-based graphical interface is easy to understand and navigate, which helps minimize power system downtime and maximize performance. When viewed remotely via computer, the monitoring home page displays system status and device status, along with graphing capabilities that provide a comprehensive overview of the power system. Within each configured generator set, there are icons for displaying fault, run and communication status. Within each configured transfer switch, there are icons that display fault, switch position, source availability and communication status. The home page also allows the user to create graphs for a particular device by selecting a parameter and a pre-configured duration.

 

The menu bar allows for intuitive and efficient navigation among devices, the system event log, system data log, reports diagnostics and setup. The menu and system status bars are viewable on all pages as the user navigates the user interface.

 

System requirements

 

The PowerCommand 500/550 communicates using Modbus RTU communication protocol through two RS485 channels on the device. All Cummins Power Generation generator set controls using Modbus can be directly connected, while Cummins’ generator set and transfer switch controls using PowerCommand Lon Works can communicate via a PowerCommand ModLon II Gateway LonWorks to Modbus converter. The PowerCommand 500/550 device is connected to a TCP/IP network through the Ethernet connection. This allows the user to access the Web-based user interface, log in and view the overall status of the power system over the network. Other system requirements for access to the device include:

 

  • PC or Mac computer
  • Internet Explorer, 8.0 or later
  • Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or Linux
  • Microsoft Silverlight, 5.0 or later
  • Windows Mobile Device Center
  • Minimum screen resolution, 1024 x 768
  • 10/100 megabit Ethernet for the primary physical connection

 

The PowerCommand 500/550 is also compatible with third-party generator sets, transfer switches, sensors and output controls. Available languages include English, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, French and Spanish. For other hardware requirements, consult your nearest Cummins Power Generation distributor.

 


Myanbuild 2013

The International Building & Construction Industry Exhibition & Conference which will be held from 26-28 November 2013 at the Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall in Yangon is designed to provide technology, equipment and material suppliers the platform to access these new exciting opportunities. This exhibition attracts over 5,000 trade buyers and decision makers including architects, developers, consultants, contractors, engineers and designers.



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2013 CDT EXCEL Audit

CDT achieved Silver award!



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Cambuild Exhibition & Conference 2013

Cambodia’s Biggest International Building, Construction and M&E Industry Show is set to return even bigger and more successful at the prestigious Diamond Island Convention & Exhibition Center from 10-12 September 2013.



Cambuild is recognized as the No. 1 International Event for the Building & Construction Industry in Cambodia where over 7,000 trade buyers and decision makers including architects, developers, building consultants, M&E engineers and contractors gather to purchase and source for new supplies and equipment, seek business partnerships and network.

 

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More importantly, over 78% of exhibitors at the last event rated their participation a success.  CAMBUILD Exhibition & Conference attracts over 250 exhibitors from 16 countries including SCG, DKSH, Jebsen & Jessen, KVC, Rieckermann, 103 New Production, Rieckermann, Ajiya, Doosan, UMG, Furukawa, Kansai Paint, Leica, Pang Luon, Robert Bosch, Tsurumi Pump, Volvo and Pavilions from China, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Korea.

 

CAMBUILD 2013 is the only proven business-to-business tradeshow that target buyers including architects, consultant, M&E engineers, project managers, contractors, developers, retailers and distributors.

 

 

 


CDT signed contract with State Railway of Thailand (SRT)

Oct 2nd, 2013 – On behalf of Cummins (DKSH) Thailand Limited, Mr. Vorapot Inchuto, General Manager, along with Mr. Anusorn Jarupongphatana, Parts Manager, have officially signed a contract with State Railway of Thailand (SRT) to trade Cummins Diesel engines parts. Mr.Viroj Triumpongpunt, Deputy Governor of SRT, has participated in this event as well.



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TEMCA Exhibition 2013

Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Limited participated in the TEMCA (Thai Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Association) exhibition from 16th to 17th August 2013 @ Royal Cliff Hotels Group Pattaya. Between 800 and 1,000 consultants, contractors, designers, end-users and government officials attended this high profile event.



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Cummins DKSH stages debut technical event for new and existing customers in Laos

A Cummins DKSH technical seminar held in late February in Vientiane, Laos, was the first event of its kind ever to be held in the country. Co-hosts Cummins DKSH Thailand and DKSH Laos used the event to introduce Cummins Power Generation to the Lao market and to highlight the benefits of Cummins products. The event played an important part in educating the market and increasing customer opportunities, as well as maintaining relationships with existing customers.



In total, 68 people attended the event, including both new and existing customers, drawn mainly from the mining, engineering and construction sectors. As well as the lighter attractions of a lucky draw and dinner, the guests were given a solid range of presentations.

 

Laos Seminar

 

DKSH Laos General Manager K. Bouasone presented an introduction on DKSH Laos, while Cummins Power Generation Territory Manager Keow Teck Lim gave an overview of Cummins Power Generation. Three other presentations were shared during the event by representatives from DKSH Thailand: Proper Cummins Engine Preventive Maintenance Practice was presented by K. Peerawat, K. Janewit covered Fleetguard – The Advantage of Genuine Filtration, and K. Apiched covered the topic of Power Generation.


Clean Up For Less Global Warming

The objective of this project is to promote and encourage everyone to clean up the beach in order to create a beautiful scenery and a nicer place to visit at Mae-Phim Beach.

 


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Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Limited, together with Sunthornphu municipal sub-district, raised awareness to keep the beach clean by arranging an activity to clean up Mae-Phim Beach, where 82 employees eagerly participated in this event.

 

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Plants Visit with AIS Customers in United Kingdom

The senior managers of Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Limited, Mr. Apiched Bunluenuecharee and Mr. Buncha Trisanaparadon, along with customers from Advance Info Service (AIS) had a great opportunity to visit Cummins plants in Ramsgate, Kent and Daventry site in United Kingdom for the project ‘Fax Lite Data Centre’ from 18 to 20 March 2013.



 

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Mr. Somkit Sitthichaiyakul, Mr. Pongpitch Anguravirutt and Mr. Khwanchai Sarabol from AIS accompanied to witness the test of two C1675 D5A generators. The tests were successful with the generators running smoothly. Overall, the trip went by with satisfactory outcome.

 

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