Control System

Yokogawa offers multiple automation and control strategies, architectures, and solutions for every application size and complexity.

  • Collaborative Information Server

    Collaborative Information Server (CI Server) allows immediate improvement to production efficiency through DX (digital transformation) and reduction of operational maintenance whilst building a digital transformation framework.

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  • Distributed Control System (DCS)

    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.

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  • Safety Instrumented System (SIS)

    Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) protect people, environment and assets. Yokogawa’s SIS and relevant safety solutions are widely used in applications of Emergency shutdown, Fire & gas, Burner management and HIPPS.

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  • SCADA System

    Our IoT-enabled Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system optimizes automation and monitoring throughout the entire enterprise.

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  • Core Products Technology

    ICSS (Integrated Control & Safety Systems) core technology that realizes OpreX Control category's system reliability, productivity and long-term stable operation.

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  • Controllers & Indicators

    Our complete product line supports every type of control application. Models with Active Color PV display and Ethernet connectivity are now available.

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Resources

Videos

Overview:

Satoru Kurosu discusses Yokogawa's 100th anniversary, key message "Co-innovating tomorrow" to deliver new value to customers, and Yokogawa's position in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

Overview:

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.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • The purpose of each of the PID tuning elements
  • How adjusting the individual PID elements will affect the process
  • General PID profiles for pressure / flow loops
  • General PID profiles for temperature loops
  • An explanation of some supporting parameters like cycle time, manual reset, and anti-reset windup

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