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Wireless applications for plant improvement

13 July 2009

Emerson Process Management has added discrete switches, vibration and pH transmitters, to the already range of components available in its Smart Wireless field starter kit. The kit enables users to choose from a wide range of functions, to realise fast and easy operations improvement, while experiencing wireless technology as a basis for future innovation and advantages. Complete use of standard WirelessHart technology further enhances user flexibility.

Wireless applications for plant improvement
Wireless applications for plant improvement

The kit establishes an out-of-the-box secure WirelessHart self-organising network that delivers greater than 99% communications reliability in the typical steel and concrete plant environment. The network organises around obstacles, whether permanent or mobile.

The Smart Wireless starter kit includes any combination of five or more wireless pressure, temperature, DP level, DP flow, vibration, or pH transmitters and discrete switches together with a secure, robust Smart Wireless Gateway. Also included is AMS Suite predictive maintenance software, which delivers powerful diagnostic information from the wireless devices and Wireless Snap-On for AMS Suite; making wireless field network design easy and flawless. SmartStart Services include a full network health assessment to ensure robust communications, plus verification of device functionality and output to the user’s Modbus, OPC, Ethernet or other communications system.

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