Wireless

Wireless industrial hotspot

19 November, 2007 | Supplied by: CrispTech Pty Ltd

ProSoft Technology has added its 802.11abg Industrial Hotspot to the growing line of RadioLinx products. The RLX-IHW functions as a wireless access point, repeater or client and is designed for global installations. It offers high-speed wireless ethernet communications including EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP, and DNP over ethernet for linking automation systems, ethernet I/O, video cameras and plant network access for mobile workers. The RLX-IHW utilises orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) for multi-path interference rejection, RF multicast packet filtering and dual frequency bands which make it the ideal solution for demanding, high-speed industrial networks needing reliable performance.


Enhancing oil and gas operations — SCADA via satellite

20 October, 2007 by Christian Bergan, Director, Sales and Marketing, TSAT

Oil and gas operations are located in unforgiving environments, from the blistering cold of the arctic to the scorching heat of the desert and the storm conditions out on the open sea. To sustain secure operating conditions in these remote areas, reliable communication is vital to the end user.


Choosing the right industrial wireless network

20 October, 2007

The decision to implement wireless technology in your industrial facility is a strategic choice, enabling an infrastructure that will provide significant benefits for your company beyond avoiding the wiring costs.


More features for ZigBee

10 October, 2007

The ZigBee Alliance, a global group of companies creating wireless solutions for commercial and industrial use, has added features to the ZigBee specification to give manufacturers greater flexibility when designing compatible products.


Cooperative effort to improve wireless technology

08 October, 2007

Fieldbus Foundation, HART Communication Foundation, and Profibus Nutzerorganisation have begun a cooperative effort to improve implementation of wireless technology in the manufacturing and process industries.


Open wireless communication standard for process control

20 September, 2007

The Hart Communication Foundation (HCF) has released the HART 7 specification, enabling more capabilities for communication with intelligent field devices, including Wireless HART.


Why factories struggle with wireless technology

10 September, 2007

Factories have much to gain from wireless technology, such as robot control, RFID tag monitoring, and local area network (LAN) communications. Wireless systems can cost less and offer more flexibility than cabled systems. But factories are challenging environments for wireless systems, as verified by tests conducted recently by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US.


World Water Day 2007: CSIRO wireless sensor networks prove their reliability

20 August, 2007

On World Water Day, 21 March 2007, a solar-powered wireless sensor network had its second birthday at the CSIRO ICT Centre in Brisbane, maintaining its position as the longest running ad hoc wireless sensor network in Australia.


Wireless-enabled enterprise solutions

19 August, 2007 | Supplied by: Invensys Operations Management (Australia) Pty Ltd

Invensys Process Systems has announced seven new wireless-enabled solutions and expanded global network implementation and support capabilities. These wireless-enabled solutions can be deployed at both the plant and enterprise levels to help improve overall industrial asset performance management.


Data acquisition: no limits — digital wireless technology using the IEEE802.15.4 ZigBee standard

19 August, 2007 by Mark Lee*

Wireless networking of data capture devices using the ZigBee protocol provides a more efficient and fault-tolerant method of data acquisition without wires.


Wireless technology improving plant performance

17 August, 2007 by Kylie Wilson-Field, Journalist

For consumers, 'wireless technology' conjures up images of iPods, Blackberrys, cell phones, television remotes and internet Wi-Fi connections


GSM remote control system

17 August, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.crisptech.com.au

The GSM8000 is a control/monitor/ alarm system which enables you to control remote devices via a GSM mobile phone using SMS (short message service). Devices can include a mixture of analog and digital inputs as well as digital switched outputs and relays.


Bridge stability monitoring a reality just weeks after Minneapolis disaster

15 August, 2007

An American professor has developed a system for remote monitoring of bridges using a dense network of wireless sensors, just weeks after the disastrous Minneapolis bridge collapse in early August.


Ethernet and serial modem

17 April, 2007 | Supplied by: Paqworks

The RM-240 wireless industrial ethernet and serial modem has an operating temperature of -25 to +70°C and an operating voltage of 10-60Vd. With configuration the unit can be an access point, client/station, bridge, repeater or router.


Industrial WIFI wireless ethernet

06 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.elprotech.com

The ELPRO 240U-E Industrial Wifi Wireless Ethernet unit provides reliable, high-speed Ethernet connectivity. The 240U-E is ideal for process management, data collection / acquisition and intelligent remote management and monitoring.


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