January 2021

Process Control, Instrumentation and Automation

How to support condition monitoring with wireless instrumentation networks

When WirelessHART first hit the market in 2008, most of the native devices using it were process measurement instruments.

Cureton, A., Emerson

When WirelessHART first hit the market in 2008, most of the native devices using it were process measurement instruments. A pervasive sensing approach using these wireless instruments is now being embraced as companies deploy wider Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions as part of larger digital transformation efforts. The following are seven practical examples. Pump monitoring Pumps are critical to any process involving liquids, as is evidenced by the number of installations with two, or even three, redundant units supporting a single application. Pumps are maintenance intensive, suffering a failure or some level of degraded operation once every 12 mos. on average. Maintenance is

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