Vendor Notes

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  • Calibrating WirelessHART Transmitters

    WirelessHART transmitters are becoming more popular. What are these transmitters and how do these differ from wired HART transmitters? Why do the WirelessHART transmitters need to be calibrated and how the calibration can be done? These and many other related issues are discussed in this article.

    Heikki Laurila
    12/04/2013
  • Building Automation In Brazil

    New apartment buildings in Brazil utilize CC-Link as the network to provide high performance, cost-effective building automation to reduce costs.

    01/11/2010
  • Bentley Infrastructure 500 Tops Owners Ranking

    Bentley introduces the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners--a ranking of the top owners of infrastructure around the world from both the public and private sectors that will be published annually. The rankings make it possible to readily compare investment levels across types of infrastructure, regions of the world, and public and private organizations.

    02/07/2011
  • Benefit from Using Documenting Calibrators

    Why calibrate? For process manufacturers, regular calibration of instruments across a manufacturing plant is common practice. In plant areas where instrument accuracy is critical to product quality or safety, calibration every six months – or even more frequently – is not unusual. However, the key final step in any calibration process – documentation – is often neglected or overlooked because of a lack of resources, time constraints or the pressure of everyday activities. Indeed, many manufacturers are now outsourcing all or some of their maintenance activities and so the contractor too is now under the same pressure to calibrate plant instruments quickly but accurately and to ensure that the results are then documented for quality assurance purposes and to provide full traceability. The purpose of calibration itself is to determine how accurate an instrument or sensor is. Although most instruments are very accurate these days, regulatory bodies often need to know just how inaccurate a particular instrument is and whether it drifts in and out of specified tolerance over time.

    Beamex
    07/17/2009
  • Beamex: Calibrating Smart Instruments

    So called "smart" instruments are ever more popular in the process industry. The vast majority of delivered instruments today are smart instruments. These new smart instruments bring new challenges to the calibration and configuration processes.

    Beamex
    04/30/2012
  • Beamex Case Story: Sellafield

    Sellafield Ltd benefits from lower cost of ownership, lower risk of contamination and increased levels of safety with Beamex calibrators. Learn how.

    Beamex
    01/10/2012
  • Automation Trends for 2011

    Learn What Are Some of the Automation Trends that the ARC Advisory Group and Accenture Have Projected for 2011

    Accenture
    02/07/2011
  • Automated Brew House

    A fully automated 50bbl Brew house is capable of producing 400bbls (12400gal.) of beer per day. One Pentra Micro PLC controls the entire system. See how

    IDEC
    01/13/2012
  • ARC Releases ARC STAR

    ARC STAR - Supplier Selection Service guides users through a step-by-step process selecting and evaluating suppliers and their products against specific application and cultural requirements.

    ARC Advisory Group
    11/26/2012
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