Posts Tagged Honeywell

Get Your Lesman Level Catalog!

Lesman 2016 Level MiniCatOur level products manufacturers have released several new instruments to make your measurement tasks easier, more efficient, and more effective. So, we’ve put together a new Lesman Level Products catalog to introduce you to the latest technology.

What’s inside?
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Video: Troubleshooting a Maxon Shutoff Valve

We understand the inconvenience that comes with having to send an instrument out for repair, so at Lesman we try to help you determine what’s wrong with your device before you remove it from service. After all, we don’t want you to lose any uptime if it’s something that can be fixed in the field.

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Using a Honeywell Paperless Recorder as an Alarm Annunciation Panel

Written by: Dan Weise

It’s surprising to me how many Honeywell Trendview recorders are used primarily for alarming. People tell us that they like the alarm screens on the old-style annunciation panels. On a digital recorder, they look like this:

Paperless Recorder as an Alarm Annunciation Panel

Users say “It’s easy to tell at a glance, which points are in alarm because the red really stands out. And the process values show up right there under the tag. Everything we need is in one place”

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Five Key Features Required for a Perfect Fit Distributed Control System

If you work in the industrial sector, you understand the never-ending push to increase uptime and improve reliability at your plant. Today’s processes require faster and more accurate engineering. Because of this, most companies are looking for ways to boost operational effectiveness and increase maintenance efficiency at their plants.

A distributed control system (DCS) is a control system where control elements are distributed throughout the system, as opposed to using a single controller at a central location. But how do you choose the right DCS? And how do you decide what functions are critical to your process?Functional_levels_of_a_Distributed_Control_System.svg

Honeywell recently released a white paper that discusses five key features for a perfect fit DCS if you’re thinking about implementing one at your plant.

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