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					                            Delivering wireless
                         technology to the process
                                 industry

                          Kelly Waters -   Emerson Process Management
                                           Business Development
                                           Kelly.Waters@Emerson.com
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Certification
Education & Training
Publishing
Conferences & Exhibits
Global Wireless Users




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                     Agenda
•   Wireless Technology Overview
•   Communication Security
•   Network Topologies and Standards
•   Integration into Existing Plant Control Information Systems
•   Communication Protocols
•   Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing measurement
    devices
•   Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in Process
    Control Environments
•   Technology Demonstration




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What is the Cost of Information?




                                    Marshalling Panel
                                                        Control Room

             Bundled Sensor Cable
                     $$$$$$$
  Junction Box(s)


                                                          3rd
                                                         Party




           Up to 90%
            Up to 90%
          Installation
           Installation
        Cost Reduction
        Cost Reduction

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            No Wires… where do you get the Power?

                                                   •   Start with Robust Low Power 
                                                       Sensors
Average Power (mW)




                                                        – Advanced sensor electronics with 
                                                          ultra-low power embedded radio 
                                                          for reliable communications
                                                   •   Use Sparingly – “Power is Gold”
                                                        – Unique power management 
                                                          capabilities to further minimize 
                                                          energy requirements
                                                   •   Replenish Energy
                                                        – Energy harvesting techniques 
                                                          such as thermal, solar, and others 
                                                          are in trials 




                         Many Power options will be available:
                     Line power, Solar, vibration, Thermal Gradient
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       What the process industry needs


• Security 
• Reliability 
• Open Standards 
• Proven Sensors & Robust
  Communications
• Ability to deal with difficult
  Environments
• Easy to install and maintain




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  We are working with Cisco to provide the complete
                   plant solution
                                                               Wireless Standards:
                                                                  Plant Network
                                                      Security           802.11
                                       Asset Tracking                    802.16
   Plant Network

Operations   Asset Management                                    Control Network
                                               Mobile Worker              802.11
                                                                          802.16




                                                                                           SP100*
                                                                                           SP100*
   Control Network

                                                                    Field Network

Field                                                                    802.15.4
Devices                                                           Wireless HART*




                   Self-Organizing Networks
                   Self-Organizing Networks                    *Wireless HART and SP100
                                                                *Wireless HART and SP100
                                                               Standards in Development
                                                                Standards in Development
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                     Agenda
•   Wireless Technology Overview
•   Communication Security
•   Network Topologies and Standards
•   Integration into Existing Plant Control Information Systems
•   Communication Protocols
•   Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing measurement
    devices
•   Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in Process
    Control Environments
•   Technology Demonstration




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Best In Class Security Solution Addresses
Customers’ Biggest Concern
                                Threat to:   Network   Gateway   Information
                        Protection           Devices               System
                                                                                       Validated with
                        Encryption             ü         ü           ü
                        Authentication         ü         ü           ü
                                                                                       customers and
                        Verification           ü         ü           ü
                                                                                       wireless experts
                        Anti-jamming           ü         ü
                        Key Management                   ü           ü

         Self Organizing Network                       Gateway            Information Systems
 •   No TCP/IP messaging                                 • Ethernet:  VPN, HTTPS - All other 
 •   128 bit encryption                                    ports are closed
 •   User definable key rotation                         • Serial (RS485/232):  Modbus
 •   Frequency hopping spread spectrum 




                                                                   Wired or 
                                                                   Wireless




                                                                               Legacy Host




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                     Agenda
•   Wireless Technology Overview
•   Communication Security
•   Network Topologies and Standards
•   Integration into Existing Plant Control Information Systems
•   Communication Protocols
•   Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing measurement
    devices
•   Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in Process
    Control Environments
•   Technology Demonstration




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WirelessHART Standard Approved
and Released on Sept 7, 2007
  •   The Board affirmed the vote of the members
      and released the HART 7 specifications, 
      including WirelessHART
  •   WirelessHART is the first open wireless standard for process 
      measurement and control 
           – Backward-compatible extension to the HART Protocol
           – Fully supported by existing HART tools used today 
           – Developed by team of leaders in the automation industry, 
             including ABB, E+H, Emerson, Honeywell, Siemens and others
           – “WirelessHART addresses the critical needs of the process industry for
             simple, reliable and secure wireless communication in the real world
             industrial plant environment.”   -HART Foundation Press Release
  •   Fully compliant WirelessHART products from Emerson will be 
      available Spring 2008 
       – EMR will offer customers a migration path to the fully compliant 
         WirelessHART standard




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                     Agenda
•   Wireless Technology Overview
•   Communication Security
•   Network Topologies and Standards
•   Integration into Existing Plant Control Information Systems
•   Communication Protocols
•   Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing measurement
    devices
•   Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in Process
    Control Environments
•   Technology Demonstration




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    Attributes of a Wireless Hart Gateway

•    Configuration, Maintenance &
     Trouble shooting
     – All accomplished via web
       browser connection
     – No tag license
•    Information Management
     – 4000 point Trending
     – Host integration
         – Modbus (TCP & RTU)
         – OPC
         – HTTP
     – User Alerts
•    Device Management
     – Simple Configuration
     – Device Diagnostics
     – Utilities for saving
       configuration
     – Supports Device Description
       Language




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             Flexible Data Access

OVATION




 Serial 
 interface

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Hybrid FF / Wireless Enables Greater
Flexibility Advanced Diagnostics & CIF
                                                              AMS
                               2.4GHz Wireless
                                   802.11 or
                              High Power 900MHz
                                                   Ethernet
                                                     OPC




                                                                    Modbus
                           Up to 2km (2.4GHz)
        3420 w/           Up to 10km (900MHz)
        Local
        Power
A
                               Control-in-Field & Diagnostics
                                                                      …..
    L             P   V          T          F           DI/O            8 Analog Inputs




                                                                    4-20mA, RTD, T/C

                          +


                          0

                          _



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                       Agenda
•   Wireless Technology Overview
•   Communication Security
•   Network Topologies and Standards
•   Integration into Existing Plant Control Information Systems
•   Communication Protocols – Wireless Hart
    – Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in Process
      Control Environments
•   Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing measurement
    devices
•   Technology Demonstration




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  Self Organizing Networks Just Work!
  No Site Survey, >99.9% Data Reliability, Robust




 To
Host




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                    Agenda
• Wireless Technology Overview
• Communication Security
• Network Topologies and Standards
• Integration into Existing Plant Control Information
  Systems
• Communication Protocols – Wireless Hart
    – Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in
      Process Control Environments
• Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing
  measurement devices
• Technology Demonstration


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  Self Organizing Networks Will Unlock
  Stranded Diagnostics in Legacy Plants

         24 million installed Wireless upgrade modules will
                              HART devices have underutilized
                        unlock these diagnostics and extend ROI
                 diagnostics because the plant doesn’t
                      support a digital architecture




Legacy
 Host




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Fisher Smart Wireless Value Proposition Case
Example - Stranded Diagnostics
                                                            • Customer Problem:
                                                               – We have an installed base of FIELDVUE 
                                                                 instruments in the field but don’t have a 
                                           1420                  HART network infrastructure to support 
                                                                 valve diagnostics.
                                                            • Solution Implementation:
Legacy Plant Network                              AMS          – Digital valve controllers retrofitted with a 
                                         ata
                                    ic Data                      wireless module
    Har




                                                               – Wireless gateway to route the information to 
    Har w




                               nosttic D


                                                                 AMS software
        dw
        d ire




                                                               – Self-organizing network
                          Diagnos
           ired4




                                                            • Customer Benefit:
                          Diag
              d -




                                                               – Valve health issues uncovered wirelessly 
                4-20
                  20m




                                                                 before it affects the process
                                  Valve Health Indication
                                                               – Don’t have to touch the existing 
                     mA
                      A




                                  Alerts & Alarms
                                                                 infrastructure of wires and FTA’s (except to 
                                                                 install the wireless module on the device)
                                                               – Can now capitalize on the investment made 
                                                                 with FIELDVUE instruments by using them 
                                                                 to their potential




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Fisher Smart Wireless Value Proposition Case
Example – Wireless Position Transmitter
                       • Customer Problem:
                          – My boiler system has fuel gas valves 
                            and dampers.  I would like to bring valve 
                            and damper position information into my 
                            data historian.
                       • Solution Implementation:
                          – Wireless position transmitter mounted to 
                            valves and dampers
                          – Wireless gateway to route the 
                            information to a database
                          – Self-organizing network
                       • Customer Benefit:
                          – Economically feasible to add position 
                            feedback without the cost of wiring
                          – Scalable system that works in a plant 
                            environment with many obstructions




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Fisher Smart Wireless Value Proposition Case
Example – Wireless Switches
                    • Customer Problem:
                       – I have some manual valves on our tanks 
                         that I’d love to be able to verify if they 
                         are open or closed without having to 
                         send someone out there.
                    • Solution Implementation:
                       – Wireless on/off valve limit switches
                       – Wireless gateway to route the 
                         information to an operator workstation
                       – Self-organizing network
                    • Customer Benefit:
                       – Economically feasible to add switch 
                         status to manual or automated valves 
                         without the cost of wiring
                       – Minimize trips to the field




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                         Scoping a project


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Wireless Best Practices Ensure a Robust
Network

 Planning Your Network
   –   Scope the project
       Scope
   –   Plot devices on a scaled drawing
   –   Plot device network connections
       Plot
   –   Integrate the gateway into the system
       Integrate
   –   Install and commission units
       Install
   –   Verify & Fortify the network connectivity




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Best Practice #1: Planning Your Network


                   Scope your project
                              •   Start with a Self-Organizing 
                                  Network focused on a single 
                                  processing unit
                                   – Follow existing organizational 
                                     breaks in facility
                                   – Minimizes ownership issues
                                   – Places reasonable limits on 
                                     signal range expectation
                                   – Clusters transmitters to ensure 
                                     good self-organized formations




     Processing Facility

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Best Practice #1: Planning Your Network


             Plot devices on a scaled drawing
                              l   Plot desired devices
                              l   Plot additional devices




                                           Plot with
                                          traditional
                                            process
                                          connection
                                           locations




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Best Practice #1: Planning Your Network


               Plot device network connections
                             l   Identify impenetrables
                                 l   Range
                                 l   Very large objects
                                 l   Extremely dense infrastructure
                                 l   Indoor locations
                             l   Leverage additional devices
          RE                     l   Business value
                                 l   Connectivity
                             l   Place range extenders




                                            More
                                        instruments
                                              =
                                          Stronger
                                          network
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Understanding Impenetrables



                              Infrastructur
                              e decreases
                                  range




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Understanding Application Of
Range Extenders
  Easy fix to any connectivity problem        Range
                                            Extenders
                                             perform
                                            best in the
                                             canopy

                                               RE


                     RE




 Light Posts are Ideal Mounting Locations

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Best Practice #1: Planning Your Network


          Integrate the gateway into your network
                             l   Determine location of gateway
                                 - In process unit  or
                                 - Near control room
                             l   Plot connections to the 
                                 gateway
                 GW




               GW




                                                                 30
Understanding Gateway Placement



   Location:                      Distributed
                                       for
   •   Outdoor canopy             maximum
   •   Indoor with remote          reliability
       antenna in canopy




        GW                  RE                   GW




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Best Practice #1: Planning Your Network


        Understand the desired host integration
                               l   Integrate gateway into 
                                   information systems
                                   –   Serial
                                   –   Ethernet + Serial
                                   –   Ethernet
                                   –   Wireless Ethernet
                       GW
                               l   Ensure network security
                       GW      l   Identify integration points

                       GW

                                   Ethernet = Optimal


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Best Practice #2: Network Installation and Data
Integration
               Install and commission devices
                              l   Install gateway first
                                  l   Add range extenders to connect 
                                      with network if not possible to 
                                      centrally locate
                              l   Install devices outward
                                  l   Traditional process connections
          RE
                                  l   Traditional mounting hardware
                                  l   Traditional commissioning process 
                                  l   Save engineering costs and 
                                      installation costs of wires


                GW




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Best Practice #2: Network Installation and Data
Integration
               Verify network connectivity

                              l   Verify connectivity
                                  l   Add range extenders if 
                                      connection not made
                              l   Identify pinch points
          RE                      l   Add range extenders if not 
                                      connected


                       RE

                                           If low density,
                GW                         small network,
                                                range
                                           extenders help



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Understanding A Good Connection


• Key Factors from practical perspective
    –
Value   1. Data Reliability >99%
    –   2. Data Latency <3X less than update rate
    –   3. Battery Life >desired life span at fastest update rate
    –   4. Primary Network Connections
    –   5. Path Stabilities
    –   6. RSSI
                                                  Path Stability



                                     Primaries

                GW


                                 Data Reliability and Latency

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Understanding The Worse Case
Range extenders can solve any problem!

 Worse Case Scope

                                    Bridge the Gaps with 
                     RE             range extenders


      RE




                    RE    RE


     GW                        RE

                     GW




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                    Agenda
• Wireless Technology Overview
• Communication Security
• Network Topologies and Standards
• Integration into Existing Plant Control Information
  Systems
• Communication Protocols – Wireless Hart
    – Overcoming Obstacles to Wireless Implementations in
      Process Control Environments
• Wirelessly accessing diagnostics of existing
  measurement devices
• Technology Demonstration


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Rosemount 3051S Wireless Pressure
Transmitter
 l   Proven 3051S Scalable SuperModule® Platform
     – Integrated Pressure, DP Level, and DP Flow Solutions (3051SFx)
     – Ultra and Ultra for Flow Performance
     – 10 Year Stability, 12 Year Warranty!
 l   Rich HART Data & Diagnostics
     – 4 User Configurable Alerts
 l   Large Local Display
 l   Available with SST and Aluminum housings
 l   SmartPower™ Power Module
     – 5 year life
     – Intrinsically Safe




                       I.S. Class 1 Div 1 Approvals                     38
Rosemount 648 Wireless Temperature
Transmitter
 •   Accept Wide Variety of Sensor Types
     – Thermocouple, RTD, mV, Ohm
     – 4 – 20 mA signals
 •   Rich HART Data & Diagnostics
     – Open or short diagnostics 
     – 4 User Configurable Alerts
 •   Large Local Display
 •   Available with SST and Aluminum housings
 •   SmartPower™ Power Module
     – 8 year life
     – Intrinsically Safe
 •   CPS Offering




                        I.S. Class 1 Div 1 Approvals   39
Rosemount 702 Wireless Discrete
Transmitter
 •   Supported Switch Types 
      – Single Poll Single Throw (2)               SPST

      – Single Poll Double Throw (1)
 •   Applications
      – Level, Flow, Pressure, Temperature          SPDT
      – Valve Positioning
 •   4 User Configurable Alerts
 •   Large Local Display
 •   Available with SST and Aluminum housings
 •   SmartPower™ Power Module
      – 8 year life
      – Intrinsically safe




                             I.S. Class 1 Div 1 Approvals   40
Rosemount Analytical
Model 6081P Wireless pH Transmitter
             Attributes
             •   HART 7 / Wireless HART Compliant
             •   Encrypted Data Transmission, 802.15.4 Standard
             •   Omni-Directional Antenna
             •   Power Optimized Electronics
             •   IS Power Module;  3 Years @ 1 Measured Value / Min
             •   Intrinsically Safe
             •   Compatible with Existing pH Sensors
             •   Supports Multiple Languages
                  – English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese


             Benefits
             • Self Contained Instrument Allows for Easy and Low Cost 
               Installation
                 – No Communication or Power Lines Required
                 – Monitor Remote Locations at a Fraction of Traditional 
                   Installation Costs
             • Extends the Benefits of PlantWeb
                 – Gain Valuable Field Intelligence in Areas That Are 
                   Physically or Economically Out of Reach
                 – Reach New Places Faster, Easier Than Before

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Smart Wireless THUM Communicator
•   Delivers additional information
     –   Access to advanced diagnostics
     –   Multi-variable access
     –   Device status to “know before you go”
     –   Expands wireless to new measurement points
•   2 or 4 Wire HART Devices
     – HART 5.0 or newer
•   Does not impact connected device approvals
     – Intrinsically Safe & Explosion Proof
     – THUM is available with same approvals
•   SmartPower™
     – Scavenges power from existing source
     – No batteries




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What it Takes


         1700/2700     2400




                   +


                             1420
                            Gateway   =
              775 THUM
       “T”
             Communicator


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44
4300 Product Overview

 Front- Showing User Interface




                                              Back-Showing NAMUR
                                              Mounting Interface

                                 Pushbutton/LCD Interface
                                 Battery Powered
                                 2.4GHz Frequency Band
                                 Non-contact, linkage less position sensing




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CSI 9420 Wireless Vibration Transmitter


  Range between 
  transmitters is 300 feet   Transmitter contains:
                             signal processing,
                             power module, radio
                             communication
                                                            Overall & PeakVue™  
                                                            Scalar Values




                                                     Transmitter is mounted away 
                                                     from the machine.




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Vibration Measurements – More Than a
Single Overall Value
•   Overall Vibration – measured in Velocity units (in/sec)
     – 2Hz-1000Hz per ISO 10816 standard. Guidelines and tables 
       in velocity units exist to guide plant engineers and 
       maintenance staffs on alert limits
•   PeakViewTM Overall – measured in g’s pk
     – PeakView is a numerical method to detect peak vibration 
       typically due to rolling element bearing failures
     – 1kHz to 20kHz measurement range; 1kHz HP filter
•   Temperature
     – With embedded temperature sensor, can measure -36 deg to 
       +250 deg F




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PeakVue Provides Superior Bearing Defect
Detection
•   PeakVue provides the earliest 
    indication of a bearing defect
•   Increase in PeakVue value is 
    proportional to bearing defect 
    severity
•   In the late stage bearing failure 
    – a decrease in PeakVue with a 
    corresponding increase Overall 
    vibration indicates late stage 
    bearing failure.




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Vibration Measurement – More Than a
Single Overall Value
 • Overall Velocity and PeakVue per sensor
 • Temperature value available with 
   special sensor
 • User configurable
    – Three alarm levels per parameter
    – Update rate determines battery life
        – 30 minutes = 3 year life
 • Certified for sale in North America
    – 900 MHz HART Wireless (available now)
    – 2.4 GHz WirelessHART




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Global Wireless Users




                        50
Customers Are Solving Real Plant Problems: Croda


 •   Application: Temperature monitoring of
     chemical in moving railcars
 •   Rate-of-rise temperature monitoring critical for safety 
     and plant performance
      – Railcars continuously move, making hard wired
        measurement impractical
      – Employees had to climb on top of railcars for measurement;              dangerous in 
        winter
 •   Smart Wireless solutions give early detection of temperature rise of chemical 
     and eliminate manual readings
      – Railcar position had no effect on self-organizing network performance; line of site 
        not required
      – Safety improvement by eliminating operator trips to the top of the railcars
      – Early detection means early neutralization procedures, improved plant safety




      “There are savings of $14,600 per year in reduced operations and
       “There are savings of $14,600 per year in reduced operations and
      maintenance costs, but, the incalculable savings were in safety”
      maintenance costs, but, the incalculable savings were in safety”
                                           —Denny Fetters, I&E Designer
                                           —Denny Fetters, I&E Designer
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Customers Are Solving Real Plant Problems:
Milford Power
•   Application: Monitor remote pumping and 
    equipment facilities
•   Wired solution cost prohibitive due to 
    distance and logistics
    – Wireless saved $75,000 in installation and capital costs
•   Smart Wireless solution communicates easily in dense environment 
    with many obstructions
    – All 12 devices were communicating within 2 hours
    – Wireless communication was not interrupted when new building was 
      erected in the middle of the network
•   Smart Wireless helps prevent freeze damage to water pumping and 
    circulation equipment, which would cost the plant $20,000 per 
    incident


    “We looked at various technologies and selected the Emerson… Especially
     “We looked at various technologies and selected the Emerson… Especially
    important was the easy, flexible self-organizing network that could be
     important was the easy, flexible self-organizing network that could be
    installed and operational in a very short time…this is an excellent solution
     installed and operational in a very short time…this is an excellent solution
    that works well, is easy to install and very easy to expand…”
     that works well, is easy to install and very easy to expand…”
                                            — Cliff Esmiol, Maintenance Supervisor 52
                                             — Cliff Esmiol, Maintenance Supervisor
Customer Applications Are Real and Expanding:
Midstream Gas Processing Facility
•   Application: Monitoring inlet temperature             2 Pressure
    and differential pressure across the                     and
    exhaust catalyst of an internal combustion           Temperature
    engine for a compressor station                      Measurement
                                                               s
     – Demonstrate compliance with state emissions 
       regulations to eliminate large government fines
•   Smart Wireless provided a reliable solution 
    that reported data to business Ethernet 
    network which saved time and labor costs 
    for data collection
•   Coexisted in an environment with a high 
    density of other wireless radios




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