NewTek Sensor Solutions' RV series of rotary position sensors are designed to offer accurate angular displacement measurement of rotating elements such as quarter-turn ball and butterfly valves, actuators, throttles, and more.
Wireless networks are part and parcel of many process plants with many advantages. Adoption continues to increase and are being used for many applications.
Festo's CPX-FB36 is designed to provide analytics for devices with valve terminal health and diagnostic details and provides pneumatic response of a system when combined with an intelligent energy efficiency module.
Moore Industries’ SLD PC-programmable functional safety loop display is designed to show real-time process status in mA, percent, or any designated 5-character engineering units (EGU).
Data obtained from process analyzers need to be trusted and verified to help the user make an informed decision. Considerations include communications reliability, analyzer status, and logic platform.
Wireless alarms for facility showers can help workers provide quicker first aid to a worker if they have been injured in a remote area or late at night.
Best practices to follow to increase loop tuning performance and reliability in a facility include increased efficiency, controller gain, and being aware of loop interactions.
The first step to bringing fieldbus networking and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) into process manufacturing plants and refineries may be changing device-level networking practices.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers need to enact cybersecurity measures for their programmable logic controller (PLCs) to prevent hackers from causing damage that could have major repercussions for the health of the company's customers.
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