Yokogawa offers multiple automation and control strategies, architectures, and solutions for every application size and complexity.
Yokogawa delivers critical operational infrastructure for process automation. Our distributed control system (DCS) enables automation and control of industrial processes and enhanced business performance. Over 10,000 plants entrust Yokogawa DCS to deliver their production goals.
Safeguard your plant equipment. Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) protect people, environment, and assets. Good safety systems also prevent unnecessary shutdowns, improve asset availability, and enhance operator effectiveness. Yokogawa safety management systems are widely used in emergency shutdown, fire & gas and burner management systems.
Traditionally used for monitoring and control of infrastructure such as pipelines and utilities, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems have extended their benefits throughout the process industries. Their evolution to Enterprise-wide automation and information management solutions have even further enhanced their value to users.
Smart manufacturing systems are key components for smart plants, to quickly and easily respond to dynamic business and production changes to meet market demands.
A programmable logic controller (PLC) is an industrial computer with inputs and outputs used in the control and automation of industrial processes. A PLC is designed to withstand more harsh factory conditions and provide real time deterministic control and monitoring.
Our complete product line supports every type of control application. Models with Active Color PV display and Ethernet connectivity are now available.
A film/sheet thickness gauge is used in the final stage of the film making process to accurately perform online measurement of film and sheet thickness.
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Having knowledge of the different tuning elements and how to adjust them can help you bring these unruly loops under control. If you have the responsibility to keep the processes running at your plant or factory, this webinar will help you better understand the basics of PID control.
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