Get Connected – Using the Micro Motion Coriolis 5700 Ethernet transmitter with a Rockwell System

by | Oct 10, 2016 | Flow, Measurement Instrumentation

Jason Leapley

Flow Instrumentation Director of Innovation

5700As a supplier to the semiconductor industry, it is imperative to report more QC data and tighten final batch tolerances.

Entegris, a supplier to the semiconductor industry, integrated the new Micro Motion Coriolis 5700 Ethernet transmitter into an EtherNet/IP system to improve batch accuracy and to collect data for QC monitoring. The transmitter was easy to integrate into Rockwell’s RSLogix due to the “Add On Profile” (AOP) provided by Micro Motion. Because the transmitter works with existing Micro Motion sensors, Entegris will be retrofitting all sensors, saving approximately $12,000 per flow meter. Overall the company was able to increase system efficiency and product production with less scrap and rework. This has directly translated into savings at the bottom line.

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