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The long and short of connecting sensors to control rooms
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The choices made to get temperature measurements to the control room can have a profound impact on plant operation and costs. Temperature measurement can be found in control, monitoring, or logging situations, and quite often temperature is the most commonly measured variable in a plant. Every application has its own... Read More

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Using EtherNet/IP in process automation instead of fieldbus
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Since its invention in 1973, Ethernet has changed the world. It will continue to deliver the fastest data throughput, improve the architectures upon which it is delivered, evolve into varying... Read More

Calibrating a wireless sensor in the shop
Calibrating a wireless sensor in the shop

Ned Espy, technical director with Beamex, demonstrates an automated, documented loop calibration of a wireless HART transmitter that has been removed from service using the company’s MC6 Advanced... Read More

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Temperature sensor with integrated resistance detector
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Turck's TS530 temperature sensor features an integrated resistance temperature detector (RTD) and a simple, push-button programming and large, highly visible LED displays ensure that allows... Read More

Flow computer and gas volume corrector
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Honeywell's ERZ-2000 NG Flow Computer and Gas Volume Corrector features a graphical touch screen user interface, the new, flow computer enables gas distribution, transportation and storage... Read More

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New ideas for quality management: Part 5
New ideas for quality management: Part 5

Well, I thought I was wrapping up these posts on the new ideas for quality management, but I’ve... Read More

Distributed control systems: Four things to consider when emulating a third-party application
Distributed control systems: Four things to consider when emulating a third-party application

The modern distributed control system (DCS) is extremely powerful and highly versatile. The... Read More

New ideas for quality management: Part 4
New ideas for quality management: Part 4

In the last post, I started talking about some of the technology that makes all these new ideas for... Read More

New ideas for quality management: Part 3
New ideas for quality management: Part 3

In the last couple of posts (see Part 1 and Part 2) I’ve talked about some new ideas for quality... Read More

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