Digital sensor measurement system for process applications

Yokogawa's SensTation digital sensor measurement system is a scalable and integrated solution designed to eliminate the need for a transmitter and is designed for process industries such as oil, petrochemical, water and wastewater treatment.
By Yokogawa September 23, 2015

Yokogawa's SensTation digital sensor measurement system is a scalable and integrated solution designed to eliminate the need for a transmitter and is designed for process industries such as oil, petrochemical, water and wastewater treatment. Courtesy: YokYokogawa’s SensTation digital sensor measurement system is a scalable and integrated solution designed to eliminate the need for a transmitter and allows users the choice of any of the paperless recorders. In addition to supporting a wide range of analytical and data control applications, this solution improves maintenance efficiency. It is designed for process industries such as oil, petrochemicals, iron and steel, electric power, and water and wastewater treatment. Applications for the SensTation include monitoring the quality of treated wastewater and neutralized water, metal treatment bath monitoring and controlling the concentrations of liquid infusion systems. 

The SensTation system combines Yokogawa’s Sencom sensors and Smartdac+ recorders. SensTation users are able to remotely monitor sensor and diagnostic data in real time from a PC, smartphone, or tablet device. They can analyze current and historical data and receive automatically generated e-mail messages when a device error has occurred or maintenance is required. Users also have the option of calibrating their Sencom sensors offline in a laboratory or workshop, where working conditions are optimal. 

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