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OCTOBER 25, 2011

TODAY’S HEADLINES

Smart Wireless Solving More Problems for More Users
Emerson Process Management began its Smart Wireless program in 2006. Today the company has some 6,100 Smart Wireless networks installed, with about 580 million operational hours logged. The company has 17 wireless products available, with nine more planned for introduction in 2012. Some of the latest additions include the newest iteration of the Rosemount 3051S pressure transmitter and the Rosemount 708 wireless acoustic transmitter, both introduced this week at Emerson Global Users Exchange. » Read more

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IS CHARMsNew, Intrinsically Safe CHARMs Offer Flexibility and Savings
Electronic Marshalling with CHARMs is a key component of Emerson’s "I/O on Demand" strategy, providing flexible solutions for all types of I/O interconnection: point-to-point, bussed and wireless. DeltaV Electronic Marshalling delivers a new level of control system I/O performance with unprecedented flexibility and ease of use. The addition of IS CHARMs provides significant savings in system design, installation cost and ease of maintenance expected with Electronic Marshalling, with the added intrinsically safe circuitry for field wiring into hazardous areas, including Zone 1, Zone 0 or Class 1 Div1. Learn more.

Electronic Marshalling Slashes Costs for Sulfuric Acid Maker
If you had to build a new process plant, you might dream about needing 50% less wiring and installation labor, but then you’d likely wake up. Well, some users are now living that dream, thanks to Emerson Process Management’s electronic marshalling technology. Launched two years ago, this new approach to control system I/O, which features single-channel, highly flexible characterization modules (CHARMs), is now proving its potential in a growing number of real-world applications. » Read more