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Enhancement of safety system announced

07 May 2009

HIMA has announced the most recent improved features for HIMax, its latest safety system, at ACHEMA 2009. It is available with a comprehensive I/O range, which includes digital input modules with 64 channels that enable a more compact rack configuration.

Enhancement of safety system announced at ACHEMA 2009
Enhancement of safety system announced at ACHEMA 2009

The HIMax system features a counter module and analog output modules.

HIMax electronic modules are given a protective tropicalisation coating, which allows for HIMax to be used in extreme atmospheric conditions.

The coated HIMax system can exceed the noxious gas concentration limits by a factor of two.

HIMax is based on HIMA’s “Nonstop XMR” technology. This combines the SIL 3 safety technology with a scalable and fault tolerant architecture that eliminates false alarms and allows changes, modifications, upgrades, improvements and even proof tests during ongoing plant operations. HIMax offers flexible system architecture, different rack sizes, different installation and wiring concepts, as well as the possibility for centralised and decentralised applications. It can be cost-effectively adapted to meet all application requirements and achieve greater efficiency.

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