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Wireless Monitoring of Valves

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The Need for Wireless Monitoring – An Overview<br> There is a real on-going need for monitoring of valve positions (actuated or manual) in the process line. Malfunctioning of a valve can result in danger to human health and safety, affect yields, and generate environmental risks. In some ...

ISA100 and Wireless Standards Convergence

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ISA100 is one of three standards competing in industrial wireless sensing. What is distinctive about ISA100? What are the prospects for convergence of standards? What would convergence be worth to the industrial wireless market?</p> <p>ISA100 is a major standards initiative managed by the ...

Wireless Security for Water/Wastewater Networks

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Wireless technologies have been used for decades in the water/waste water industry in a multitude of applications including tank level indication, pump and motor control, flow and pressure monitoring, etc. However, recent concerns regarding the potential for hacking and cyber-attacks into these ...

Overcoming Concerns about Wireless PACs and I/O in Industrial Automation

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<b>Industrial Automation Flirts with Wireless</b><br> The automation industry increasingly finds wireless attractive, and for several reasons.<br> - Running a wired network incurs significant labor and material costs, while wireless networks cost far less.<br> - Wireless offers connectivity for ...

Emerson solves wireless problems

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CONTROL Editor in Chief Walt Boyes’ interviewed Emerson’s Director of Technology, Bob Karshnia, about the company’s solutions for wireless, the standards work being done by SP100 and the HART wireless working group, and if the company is attempting to force its own formulation of a HART wireless ...

Improving SCADA Operations Using Wireless Instrumentation

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The purpose of this paper is to explore the particular ways in which operators can tightly integrate wireless instrumentation networks with SCADA and realize.</p> <p>Integrating wireless instrumentation with SCADA systems can drive operational efficiency and reduce deployment costs.</p> <p>The ...

Applying Wireless to EtherNet/IP Automation Systems

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Ethernet for industrial communications is growing rapidly in factory automation, process control and SCADA systems. The ODVA EtherNet/IP network standard is gaining popularity as a preferred industrial protocol. Plant engineers are recognizing the significant advantages that Ethernet-enabled ...

Is wireless for you?

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From telephones to remote TV controls to alarm systems, wireless is everywhere! It is the hottest and latest technological breakthrough. Or is it? This White Paper compares wired and wireless applications, and the benefits and limitations of this 100-year-old communications technology.

Using Operator Interfaces to Optimize Performance of Industrial Wireless ...

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This article will explore the use of a wireless diagnostic OLE for Process Control (OPC) server technology to embed diagnostic information in human machine interfaces (HMIs), thus optimizing industrial wireless network performance.

Wireless security on the plant floor

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Most papers written on wireless security concerns address corporate LAN access. This paper discusses both corporate and industrial wireless concerns but places an emphasis on the industrial automation wireless security aspects.

Integrating an Industrial Wireless Sensor Network with Your Plant's Switched ...

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This paper discusses the main areas that require specific engineering attention as wireless sensors are added to the network infrastructure in a factory or a campus.

The 10 Commandments of Wireless Communications

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In this white paper, Mike Fahrion discusses 10 basic rules that will help you ensure success in the design and implementation of your wireless network.

Industrial wireless: A WINA reality check

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This paper provides a current and unbiased assessment of All Things Industrial Wireless both past, current and near-term future.

Preparing for industrial wireless

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Many industrial facilities are already deploying wireless networks for targeted requirements. To help plants get ready for this future, this paper presents considerations and questions to ask in preparing for how this emerging technology can enable robust business results.

Tips to manage wireless technology risks

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This informative whitepaper offers everything you need to know on how to manage wireless technology risks on your plant floor.

Wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things

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This white paper details how IoT methodologies can be used in conjunction with wireless technology to gather field data.

Wireless monitoring for food manufacturing and services

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IoT technologies can help in the form of innovative wireless sensing solutions.

Wireless Technology in Industrial Automation

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This white paper looks at some of the challenges in the automation industry and presents the approach being taken by Yokogawa.

Explaining the Agency Approval Process for Wire and Cable Products

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Some engineers think it is science. Others contend it is some type of black magic.</p> <p>Many have no idea of exactly how the process works.</p> <p>Regardless of what is known –or unknown – about the submission and evaluation process, there are few that will disagree with the premise that agency...

Why WirelessHART? The Right Standard at the Right Time

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This paper summarizes key aspects of WirelessHART, including several of the design decisions that make it the right choice for wireless process automation. More detailed information is available at www.hartcomm.org.

Managing Previously Unmanaged Assets

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How Wireless Remote Monitoring Enables Low-Cost Data Logging and Control</p> <p>Economically meeting requirements for monitoring of mobile assets and remote processes always presents project engineers a considerable challenge. While the initial requirements are reasonable, complexityinvariably ...

Building the digital foundation for enterprise O&M solutions

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With the advent of FDT/DTM technology, process manufacturers’ options for monitoring and managing field devices over digital and wireless networks are wide open.

Exchange Reporter: Highlights of the 2014 Emerson Global Users Exchange

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From inspiring keynotes to the latest system and product innovations to award-winning applications for reliability, wireless, quality and productivity, here's comprehensive coverage of the highlights of Emerson Exchange 2014, reported by the most experienced team in process control.

The Impact of Failed Steam Traps on Food Processing

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Wireless Technology is a Cost-Effective Solution for Continuously Monitoring the Health of Your Highest-Value Steam Traps

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