Moore Industries-Pacific presents a new video showing the advantages of wireless I/O solutions in industrial facilities.
Now available at the online Moore Industries Interface Solution Video Library, the video has journalist and industry expert Peter Welander listing out several reasons engineers are increasingly integrating wireless I/O as part of their process control solution.
More industrial facilities are realising substantial benefits from implementing wireless I/O solutions as part of their overall process control strategy. By moving away from cable and embracing a wireless I/O solution, engineers gain flexibility and safety while reducing the costs of equipment replacement and maintenance.
Moore Industries brings additional wireless I/O tools to the engineer’s toolbox with new products that facilitate wireless communications between remote field instruments and control rooms.
Moore Industries’ wireless I/O product line includes the WNM Wireless Network Module, which works with distributed I/O systems such as the NCS NET Concentrator System to extend the reach of a facility’s digital communications structure to a virtually limitless range.
In the video, Welander shows how the WNM works:
- In a Point-to-Point System to send wireless signals from a Remote to a Master
- In a Point-to-Multipoint System with multiple WNM units configured as repeaters to relay signals when a direct line of sight does not exist between a Master and Remote module or to significantly extend the transmission distance allowable within a WNM network