Machine Safety: Safety Network, Is One Enough for Your Application?
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In safety networks, not only is it true that one size doesn’t fit all, but it’s also the case, that design matters. A network suited for instrumentation at the field level, for example, could result in un-necessary downtimes or worse, if misapplied. Click here to learn more.
No Strings Attached
It isn’t only fictional puppets like Pinocchio that don’t want to be tied down by strings. The same is true for those involved in automation and related control applications. Going wireless on the factory floor can save money, reduce installation time, and offer greater flexibility when compared to the traditional wired approach. Click here to learn more.
New Safety Regulations and Cost Saving Strategies
Keeping up to date on ways to lower costs, meet new safety regulations and improve operator safety is increasingly difficult. To help, Siemens is offering a series of powerful webinars created to assist companies like yours understand and cost effectively implement upcoming projects. Topics such as Wireless Ethernet, Safety-Fieldbus and Arc Flash will be covered in upcoming webinars. Click here to learn more.
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