Posts Tagged ‘pH sensor’

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 […]

Tips on pH Measurement and Control

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Thursday, December 13th, 2012. One comment so far
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I know from listening to some of Control Talk blog’s Greg McMillan’s presentations on pH control what a difficult control challenge this can be. Chemical Processing magazine has a great article, Forestall pHrustrations, by Emerson’s Dave Joseph that shares ways to avoid problems and improve pH measurement and control. “Bad” pH control wastes chemicals and […]

Adventures in pH Control

Posted in Event, Measurement Instrumentation on Wednesday, October 17th, 2012. One comment so far
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Controlling your process based on pH is usually a tricky matter. Control Talk blog‘s Greg McMillan and Emerson’s Dave Joseph presented a short course, Adventures in pH Control, at last week’s Emerson Exchange conference in Anaheim. It was a best in conference winner in the short course category which is a feat with over 350 […]

New Analytic Expert Blog Highlights Gas and Liquid Analyzer Experience

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Monday, June 14th, 2010. 2 comments so far
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I wanted to highlight a new Emerson Process Management blog, Analytic Expert. This blog is a team effort by Rosemount Analytical product and application experts. Here’s background on the four bloggers listed on the About Us page. Jim Gray has worked as an application manager for more than 20 years. Fifteen years ago, his role […]

Measuring pH and Conductivity Wirelessly

Posted in Industrial IoT, Measurement Instrumentation on Thursday, January 21st, 2010. No comments yet
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Update and bump: Greg’s article is now live on the InTech website. Below is the original Dec. 15, 2009 post. I received an advanced copy of an article‘s Greg McMillan has recently completed, Exceptional Opportunities for Smart Wireless pH and Conductivity Measurements. In the article, he summarizes these opportunities: …for inferential measurements, solution […]