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Start Plotting Your Wireless Network

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Wireless in Food and Beverage Applications

By Brian Allport – Global Business Development Manager Kategorie Technologie Focus, Food and Beverage Wireless

The use of standardized control systems (for food and beverage manufacturers) and machines (OEMs) requires a similar connectivity that’s not tied to a specific industrial protocol and can be easily scaled. OT technologies in particular require a robust connection – in many cases, industrial 802.11 wireless radios are used.

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Improving the Cleaning Process, One Module at a Time

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Kategorie Referenzen, In-chassis Food and Beverage

A bottled mineral water manufacturer needed to connect a CompactLogix™ with Siemens® equipment. An in-chassis module solved that communications disconnect.

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