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  • Flexible and Efficient Marshalling for Modern Distributed Control Systems (.pdf)
    For reliable and safe marshalling in modern Distributed Control Systems (DCS), modular terminal blocks are still the first choice - especially for very large and complex systems - although alternative technologies are available. Terminal blocks offer good value and availability because
  • Comparison of DCS Architecture with Opto 22 Architecture
    significant cost savings while maintaining the sophisticated functionality of traditional high-end DCS systems. This consultant successfully implemented a very flexible, open-architecture distributed control system using Opto 22 hardware and software at the Flying J refinery in Utah.
  • Experion LS Brings DCS to Smaller Pharma Sites
    This month, Honeywell introduced the , a new product within the Experion Process Knowledge System (PKS) line. The aim of the LS is to provide manufacturers the power and reliability of a distributed control system (DCS) in a small and flexible solution. Experion LS manages all continuous process
  • DC/DC Converter Controller Using a PICmicro Microcontroller
    In many applications, a DC/DC Converter is used to produce a regulated voltage or current, derived from an unregulated power supply, or from a battery. Examples of these applications include battery chargers, electronic air purifiers, emergency exit signs, and distributed power systems. In some
  • Advanced Process Control: Bridge the Gap
    . In fact, the degree of evolution or readiness for advanced control varies between drug companies, and even between different divisions or manufacturing plants within the same company. Some facilities may be highly automated, using manufacturing execution systems (MES), distributed control systems (DCS
  • Advanced Process Control: Bridge the Gap
    on the plant s objectives and then issues commands back to the Distributed Control System (DCS) to make changes to the key variables that are driving results. This solution addresses the second tenet outlined by the PAT Guidance framework, continuously reducing the variability caused by the process
  • Enhance Control System Security Using Process Switches
    This white paper looks at how open Microsoft technology used in virtually all contemporary control systems, such as distributed control systems (DCS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), can mean less security. The paper explores why current solutions may not be up to the task
  • Biopharmaceutical Process Control: Part Two: Process Modeling
    types of models, all of which can run on a distributed control system (DCS): Insight into changes during batch operation may be gained through the identification of simple first order plus deadtime (FOPDT) models at different points in the batch. The article will also examine the structure of a high

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