Redundancy for OPC
Redundancy in a process control system means that some or all of the system is duplicated, or redundant. The goal is to eliminate, as much as possible, any single point of failure. When a piece of equipment or a communication link goes down, a similar or identical component is ready to take over.
Robert McIlvride, Andew Thomas, Cogent Real‐Time S...
OPC Tunnelling – Know Your Options
This article will look at how tunnelling solves the issues associated with DCOM, and show you what to look for in an OPC tunnelling product.
Bob McIlvride, Andrew Thomas, Cogent Real-Time Sys...
Technology Transfer Brings New Life to Electric Control Valve Actuation
The limitations of traditional electric actuators have an impact on the life of the system. The most common problem is exceeding the rated duty cycle, causing the motor to burn out. A study done by ExxonMobil and presented in October 2012 at Coking.Com identified wear issues. Download this white paper to learn more.
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The purpose of this article is to improve the understanding of tray cables by defining them, describing the five different types of tray cables and providing accepted uses and standards, including environmental considerations, for each of those types.