Emerson Launches Smart Wireless Solutions for Manufacturing

ARCwire -- Emerson Process Management, an Emerson business, announced its in-plant Smart Wireless solutions and the Wireless SmartPack Starter Kit.

In-Plant Smart Wireless Solutions
Emerson Process Management announced the launch of in-plant Smart Wireless solutions that enable manufacturers to boost mainstream applications to the next level of reliability and operational performance. Extending Emerson's PlantWeb digital plant architecture, the field-proven Smart Wireless solutions deliver actionable information from assets previously out of physical or economic reach, expanding predictive process and asset management in existing and new facilities.

Emerson's Smart Wireless solutions combine innovative self-organizing wireless network technology and gateways with wireless-enabled industry leading Rosemount measurement transmitters and wireless AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager predictive maintenance software, seamlessly integrated with DeltaV and Ovation automation systems or legacy hosts. The Emerson Smart Wireless solutions are designed based on customer inputs received throughout the development cycle and have been field proven through extensive user trials.

Wireless SmartPack Starter Kit
Emerson Process Management announced the introduction of the Wireless SmartPack Starter Kit, a configurable suite of wireless technologies and services giving users a risk-free way to practical experience with wireless technologies in their own facilities. Emerson's SmartPack comes preconfigured out of the box to immediately form a secure, robust, self-organizing wireless network that customers can apply to gain experience with wireless without committing their infrastructure.

Emerson's Wireless SmartPack comes standard with a 1420 Wireless Gateway, a 25-tag license for AMS Device Manager software, Emerson supplied SmartStart installation services, and five wireless instruments that operate as a self-organizing network. Users may choose any combination of Rosemount temperature, pressure, level, and flow devices, and can choose to increase the number of devices in their Wireless SmartPack up to 100.

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