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Process Control

Operator Workstations

This HMI solution with global certifications features a bright LED-backlit LCD panel display with an optically bonded, glove-friendly and sunlight-readable 15- or 19-inch touchscreen for clear resolution in all lighting conditions.
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Industrial Controls and Automation Packages

Knowledgeable in the latest automation and programming software, Ross SyCon can provide industrial controls solutions and packages of virtually any complexity.
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Data Acquisition and Control Program Suite

The new Enhanced Windmill software suite includes human machine interface software, data logging, charting, output control, programming tools, alarm monitoring and drivers for instruments communicating over Ethernet, Internet, USB, Modbus, RS232, RS422, RS485 and TCP/IP.
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Valve for Air Actuation of Process Control Applications

The three-way, normally closed, direct-acting Banjo Valve from Parker Fluid Control Division initiates air actuation in process and industrial control applications.
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Seminars on functional safety in the process industry kick off in May

KROHNE, Inc. will hold two seminars later this month designed to provide a thorough understanding of planning, documentation and operation of safety related systems.
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UL-rated Stainless Steel Control Panels

Ross SysCon, a worldwide supplier of process control and automation systems, builds UL-rated stainless steel control panels of virtually any size or complexity.
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SCADA water station ‘honeypot’ attracts 39 attacks from 14 countries

SCADA hit the front pages about two years ago when it came out that the Stuxnet virus had attacked Iranian centrifuges for processing nuclear materials.
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CSIA Certification gaining acceptance in automation marketplace

More and more industry clients are requesting certification for control system integrators as they consider the pool of candidates for industrial automation projects, according to the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA).
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Research shows patching is a broken model for industrial cyber security

New research showes that patching is often ineffective in providing protection from the multitude of vulnerability disclosures and malware targeting critical infrastructure systems today.
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Computer-age coordination of age-old processes

Have you seen some of the things they do with industrial-plant software models today? As always, it’s the meshing of user roles that makes an integrated system sing.
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