Posts Tagged ‘multivariable transmitter’

IIoT and MultiVariable Instrumentation

Posted in Industrial IoT on Thursday, May 30th, 2019. No comments yet
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When you hear discussions about “the cloud” you often also hear about “the edge” where higher resolution processing can be performed. For manufacturers and producers, this edge may extend to the instrumentation itself measuring and controlling the process. In a Control Engineering IIoT for Engineers supplement article, Extend edge data gathering with multivariable instruments, Emerson’s […]

Wireless Applications in Life Sciences

Posted in Industrial IoT, Life Sciences & Medical on Thursday, April 24th, 2014. One comment so far
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Author: Gary Mitchell More and more process manufacturers, including Life Sciences, if not already embracing it, are considering the use of wireless technology in their facilities. Wireless technology can range from wireless networks enabling mobile operators, to equipment monitoring (asset reliability) and wireless instruments (transmitters, valves, etc.) The increased use of wireless instruments can be […]

Wireless Multivariable Static and Differential Pressure Measurement

Posted in Industrial IoT, Pressure on Monday, February 24th, 2014. One comment so far
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Adding static or differential pressure measurements to a process can be a difficult undertaking with pipe penetrations, instrumentation wiring, and coordination with ongoing operations. In this quick, 1:45 YouTube video, Emerson’s Brian Fretschel describes the Rosemount 3051SMV multivariable wireless transmitter that measures both static and differential pressure (DP). This device reduces installation time and complexity […]

MultiVariable Wireless Measurements

Posted in Event, Industrial IoT on Thursday, September 26th, 2013. 3 comments so far
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There’ll be lots of news coming out next week at the Emerson Exchange Americas conference in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. I’ll have a “Live” page to announce on Monday where we’ll be gathering all the happenings to make it easier to follow the action, if you won’t be there with us in person. I heard from […]