Sensing and Telemetry News

16 Feb 2005

Allen Bradley DF1 Protocol over radio

Any Allen Bradley product capable of communicating using the DF1 protocol via the RS232 serial communications ports can be connected without wires using the RM9600 series radio modems. This includes communications between PLC's and PC's running software applications, such as RSLogix and RSView.

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15 Feb 2005

Profibus over radio

PROFIBUS presents some special requirements that cannot be met by a conventional narrow band radio modem without severely compromising the performance of the Profibus network. For this reason Powelectrics have introduced the PB1000 interface module. This product uses a new approach whereby the modem/interface module is itself a Profibus slave rather than simply a communication device.

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06 Feb 2005

Private wire replacement

Using Versanet we are now able to offer cost effective private wire replacement.

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01 Feb 2005

Radio Modems link dataloggers

Monitoring the position of the Dam supporting Audenshaw Impounding Reservoir is important to the constructors of the final section of the M60 - Manchester Ring Road.

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12 Jan 2005

Your SCADA system is calling

Data acquisition systems are invaluable. They generate significant improvements in efficiency and, by recording process events, they provide a basis for quality control. Efficient data acquisition also highlights potential problems and indicates the most productive way of solving problems.

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02 Jan 2005

Radio modems link mountain top to the internet

Powlectrics have installed a wireless link in one of the most inhospitable locations in the United Kingdom. At Snowdon's summit there is a weather station which is connected to a data logger. A Radio Modem was installed at the summit which was interfaced with this data logger.

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01 Jan 2005

Level Sensors

The monitoring of filling states in liquid gases is possible using the KGFP 050 range of level sensors.

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