Honeywell Experion Experts

Honeywell Experion DCS Experts

Industrial Design Solutions is a Honeywell Experion DCS hardware and software maintenance, diagnostics & repair center of excellence (COE) located in Phoenix, Arizona.

If you’re having challenges with your Honeywell Experion DCS, our professional and experienced engineering team can assist.

The majority of IDS’s senior engineers came from Honeywell, with years of hands-on experience on Experion systems. From site start-ups, to replacing HPM boards, configuring CL programs, graphics, and more, our engineering staff can fully support your existing Experion system.

Our Experion specialists have the experience to work across all Honeywell products including:

We have a fully staffed design department can assist with the following:

  • Experion Plant Design & Layout (P&L)
  • Experion Commissioning & Start Up

IDS has a full range of support services available, including:

  • Experion DCS Installations, Diagnostics & Maintenance Services
  • Experion Site Configuration and Installation Services
  • Experion DCS Programming Support
  • Experion DCS Software Development and Enhancements
  • Experion DCS Custom Logic Programming
  • High-Performance DCS graphic design services
  • Documentation, including wiring diagrams

To learn more about how Industrial Design Solutions can assist your every need when dealing with your Honeywell Experion DCS installation, please contact us.

Same Control
System Platform

Honeywell’s UniSim Competency Suite links process models with the same platform as your plant’s control system, supporting Honeywell, Invensys, Yokogawa, Emerson, Siemens, ABB, and many more. This gives the operator interface and control system logic the same look and feel as your plant’s system, providing for a realistic training environment.

Detailed Equipment

IDS provides simulators that accurately model your plant’s existing equipment, including simulation of hard panel switches and circuitry that most simulators ignore.

Advanced Simulation

With UniSim, you have the ability to start from predefined checkpoints, freeze, resume, speed up, slow down, roll back, and run different scenarios to train operators in all aspects of running your plant’s control system.


An instructor can initiate certain faults, and the system can watch how operators respond and grade them on their ability to take the correct course of action.