Various markets use wireless sensor technology, including industrial, commercial, food, beverage, and medical.
Wireless technology collects reliable data, which helps to decrease overall production costs. Wireless technology reduces or eliminates downtime and increases process reliability.
Traditionally, monitoring process data was accessible through local displays, industrial computers, or remotely through a controlled room connection.
In addition, some locations with limited access, needed to be addressed. Underground pump rooms, for example, have problematic areas and increased risk of entry for the plant personnel.
Wireless sensor monitoring overcomes these limitations. It allows authorized personnel on the production floor or remote locations to have real-time process information. They receive data including temperature, pressure, flow, level, displacement, and other critical values for manufacturing.
While process signals are transmitted intact to the control system, wireless monitoring sensors make the information readily available for visualization through the dedicated plant network or remote web access.
Visualizing the temperature, level, flow, and other critical signals in the production process in specific locations allows the production and maintenance departments to receive information and act quickly.
Wireless monitoring technology allows companies to increase the reliability of critical parts of production without disturbing the control process by adding a layer of signal visualization that will significantly reduce the costs associated with downtime in the plant.
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