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Plant adds wireless radios to connect with remote water station

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Wireless

With a Modbus® SCADA in the control room at one spot and an RTU at a remote water station about 1 km (0.62 miles) away, a chemical plant sought a better way to link the two locations for data collection.

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Improving the Cleaning Process, One Module at a Time

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, In-chassis Food and Beverage Protocol Conversion

A bottled mineral water manufacturer needed to connect a CompactLogix™ with Siemens® equipment. An in-chassis module solved that communications disconnect.

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Robot’s high-res video gets a monitoring upgrade

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Wireless

Increasingly, robots are used to monitor facilities – an efficiency-boosting practice that in this case study, an end user in China has implemented.

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Custom module solves ships’ communication issue

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, In-chassis Protocol Conversion

Clashing protocols can cause issues when dealing with unique equipment. Luckily, there’s custom interfaces that can solve those problems.

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Petroleum company adds reliable connections to field equipment

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, In-chassis Oil and Gas Protocol Conversion

A petroleum company wanted to integrate their operation to one centralized control room – but needed solutions that could connect the disparate equipment.

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A safety update for the Skyfall

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Amusement Wireless

Funtime needed a solution to communicate between the sensors and the ride’s controller, a Rockwell Automation® CompactLogix™.

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