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  • HIsmelt’s pig iron plant in Kwinana, controlled by Yokogawa CENTUM CS3000 systems, has won a national Engineering Excellence Award from the Institute of Engineers, Australia – one of only seven awards granted from the 58 state-based finalists
  • Yokogawa India has been awarded a contract by India’s National Thermal Power Corporation to supply an automation system for a new supercritical coal-fired power plant. When completed, the plant in Bihar state will comprise 3 units of 660MW each
  • Yokogawa has released the MV1000 and MV2000 portable paperless recorders, which feature a greatly increased number of input channels and more memory. While there is still a strong demand for conventional chart recorders among users, paperless recorders that can output data to a personal computer via the Internet or flash memory devices are becoming mainstream
  • An enhanced version of the ProSafe-RS safety instrumented system has been released. Release R1.03 incorporates an increased I/O communication range, where I/O modules can be located up to 50km away from the safety controller, connected by fibre optic cables. In addition, a high-current digital output module has been added to the range which is suitable for long-distance output wiring. A simulation test function has also been added to enable testing of communications between safety controllers and to the DCS, as well as operational monitoring

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