Yokogawa Australia Pty Ltd
World leader in industrial automation and control, test and measurement, information systems and industry support. Sales, service and systems engineering.
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Tower A, 112-118 Talavera Road , Macquarie Park NSW 2113 (Directions)
The DTSX3000 is a distributed temperature sensor system that can provide continuous temperature measurement via optic fibre over distances of up to 50 km.
The YTMX580 multi-input temperature transmitter is based on the ISA100.11a industrial automation wireless communication standard and features eight analog input channels.
Release 5 of the CENTUM VP integrated production control system includes a field control station (FCS) with four times the processing performance, twice the application storage capacity and five times the control network throughput of the previous version.
Yokogawa has released a range of wireless instruments including pressure, differential pressure and temperature sensors. They are designed to provide accurate transmission of data with virtual zero bit rate error up to 600 m, without the need for special antennas.
The Yokogawa CA450 process multimeter can also act as a calibrator for electrical and process measurements. With functions for repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of plant equipment, the CA450 is a single-unit, on-site tool that is designed to help accomplish tasks that have traditionally required two on-site measuring instruments.
The Yokogawa PR10 is a retractable sensor fitting that offers a flexible approach to online liquid analytical measurements in a wide range of process industries, and has been designed for online applications where the sensor has to be removed safely without interrupting process continuity in anaerobic, toxic or pressurised environments. The PR10 is suited to pH, ORP, conductivity, inductive conductivity and dissolved oxygen measurements.
The UTAdvanced is a digital indicating controller with a sequence control function, which offers greatly improved measurement, display, operation, control and networking functions. It also eliminates the need for peripheral devices and associated wiring.
The CLF series frequency controlled screw compressor is the latest product development to come from Boge. An expansion of the CL series, the compact CLF design provides a small footprint whilst a built-in frequency invertor ensures a minimal carbon footprint.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation has added an optical remote control function to the ProSafe-RS, enabling integration of the instrument panel rooms and safety systems in large plants. Compatibility with Yokogawa's Centum CS3000 R3 Integrated Production Control System is also improved for greater usability.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation has upgraded the autonomous controllers for its Stardom network-based control system.
Yokogawa Electric has announced the release of DAQWORX, a PC-based integrated data acquisition software package for acquiring and recording data from equipment used in production and research and development environments.
Yokogawa Electric has announced the release of the DAQSTATION CX1000/CX2000 Style 3. This is an upgrade to the DAQSTATION CX Series control and measurement systems.
Yokogawa Australia has released DAQWORX, a PC-based integrated data acquisition software package for acquiring and recording data from equipment used in the production and research and development environments.
The Western Australian arm of Yokogawa Australia has opened its new Perth office at Belmont.
With the aim of enhancing service for customers in Queensland, Yokogawa Australia has opened an office in Townsville.
Yokogawa’s Stardom and Centum VP control systems are among the first to pass the Fieldbus Foundation’s recently developed Host Profile Registration Program.
Alarm systems are an essential aspect of any plant. Managing your system effectively can yield significant operational improvements and optimise plant safety. Alarm management is not just a project with a start and end date; it's a continuous cycle.
The development of the process control system for the Boddington Gold Project in Western Australia, a joint venture by Newmont and AngloGold-Ashanti located 130 km south-east of Perth, is about to mobilise to a site-based phase. This follows an extensive design effort in Perth, Santiago (Chile), Melbourne and Brisbane. Effective teamwork by multiple partners in different physical locations has been vital to the success of the project to date.
The power, oil and gas, and chemical processing industries have been using real-time dynamic process simulation for decades and now the minerals processing industry can follow suit.
Australian expertise has been showcased in the development of the Phu Kham Copper-Gold Operation in Laos. PanAust Limited, which has a 90% stake in the operation, appointed Brisbane-based Ausenco Limited to design and engineer the project on an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) basis.
The Shell oil refinery at Clyde — nestled among the mangroves on the banks of the Parramatta River — is a well-known Sydney landmark. With encroaching suburbia and the surrounding fragile ecology of the Parramatta River on its doorstep, there is a need to maintain high safety and environmental standards. With the safety systems at Clyde due for an upgrade, Shell wanted to maximise the safety and operational requirements of the plant.