Friday, August 24, 2018

A Great Solution for the Discontinued Moore / Siemens 353 Controller

Moore / Siemens 353
The Yokogawa YS1700 is a great alternative to the
discontinued Moore / Siemens 353.

For all of you who use the Moore / Siemens 353 controller and are concerned that you'll have to turn to eBay for spare parts, don't worry - we have a great solution. The Yokogawa YS1700 is a drop-in replacement for the Siemens / Moore 353.

The YS1700’s powerful function block programming allows for custom strategies to control many demanding processes such as boilers and steam generators, PH control, dosing control, and many other demanding plant processes. It offers extreme reliability and sophisticated control and includes employs dual CPUs for maximum reliability and hard-manual control for added protection.

For more information on why the YS1700 is your best bet for replacing the Moore / Siemens 353, visit this link.

Monday, August 20, 2018

New Product Alert: BLH Nobel 1756 WM Dual-channel Plug-in Weighing Module for the Rockwell 1756 ControlLogix Chassis

The BLH 1756-WM is a weighing module designed to directly plug into the Allen-Bradley 1756 ControlLogix chassis.

Intended for inventory measurement and process control, the 1756-WM offers users simple configuration and is suitable for tank, silo, vessel and hopper weighing in the United States and Canadian markets.

The weighing module seamlessly integrates weighing into the Allen-Bradley PLC by directly fitting into a single slot in the 1756 ControlLogix chassis via a screw connection plug. The weighing module is powered from the input/output chassis backplane and needs only the load cells for connection.

Once in place and set-up, calibration and configuration for the 1756-WM are simply achieved through the Rockwell RSLogix 5000® PLC Development Software; no other external configuration utilities are required. Dual independent strain gage inputs—with sense inputs for six-wire connection—power up to eight 350-ohm load cells with up to four parallel 350-ohm load cells per channel.

Monday, August 13, 2018

Condition Monitoring Systems Provide Improved Performance, Safety & Profits: A Video Presentation

From large turbine generator protection to general-purpose equipment, rotating machinery provides critical and non-critical functions in plants across many industries in the USA. To avoid unnecessary downtime, plant operators turn to condition monitoring systems to monitor the health of these machines. Vibration is one of several important parameters that may lead to the early detection of machine trouble. Operators can benefit from efficient maintenance and avoid unscheduled downtime by performing periodic or constant monitoring of vibration.

The video below provides a quick overview of the performance, maintenance, safety, and profitability benefits that condition monitoring systems provide to plants who implement their use.
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