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How to Select a pH Sensor for Harsh Process Environments

For today’s process plants, pH is an important parameter to measure in a host of demanding applications. A good example is flue gas desulfurization (FGD) control with systems using wet scrubbers in lime or limestone slurries. Proper pH can maximize sulfur oxide (SOx) removal and minimize the build-up of scale. Selection of the best sensor […]

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Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks: Trends and Developments

ON World’s 2012 survey shows continued growth and new opportunities for wireless sensors Despite a challenging economy, the industrial Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) market has doubled over the past two years. A recently completed ON World survey of 216 industrial automation professionals, in collaboration with ISA, HART Communication Foundation (HCF), and the Wireless Industrial Networking […]

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ISA Technical Report Presents Wireless User Requirements for Factory Automation

The ISA100 committee has completed a new technical report that presents user and market-related requirements for the design, operation and maintenance of wireless systems throughout their life cycles in factory automation. Factory automation applications involve specific technology, control and information systems that are characterized by discrete operations with possible extensions into batch process control. Examples […]

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