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00:00 - Intro
01:14 - Introducing ISA100 Wireless
02:40 - Basis of the ISA100 Wireless design
03:51 - ISA100 was developed by industry for industry
04:04 - ISA100 supports reliable mesh networking
04:41 - ISA100 is holistically designed from the bottom up
05:07 - ISA100 Compliance Institute ensures interoperability
05:33 - ISA100 is versatile
06:31 - ISA100 offers a diverse range of devices
Have you ever stopped to think about how data from a temperature transmitter on a vessel in a tank farm at the edge of the plant is brought into the control system?
There is a secure way to transmit these signals from distant, or even not so distant transmitters and devices, to the control system without having to worry about circuitous conduit routings, damage to wire from difficult cable pulls, expensive buried cable runs, or conduits and pull boxes filling with water.
ISA100 Wireless is an end-user driven, industry standard-based, cyber-secure, robust, wireless protocol for interfacing devices such as temperature transmitters to control systems for process monitoring and control.
ISA100 allows the user to avoid problems such as accidentally cutting wires in the field, short circuits in underground installations, and corroded terminals due to environmental contaminants.
ISA100 is not Wi-Fi, 5G, or Bluetooth; it is different than any home or commercial wireless network.
Those technologies were designed for portable, rechargeable devices that transmit a lot of data.
A transmitter on an ISA100 wireless network may only transmit 1 or 2 megabytes of data per month, a tiny fraction of the data typically exchanged with a smartphone.
ISA100 Wireless was designed specifically for Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, applications.
Is ISA100 as reliable as a wired network? Yes.
ISA100 has a set of features that allow it to be used in mission-critical applications typically not supported by other wireless technologies.
What are the needs of the industry?
– Data integrity
– Operational reliability
How does ISA100 provide for these needs?
1) The ISA100 standard was developed by experts from over 250 companies representing end-users, technology providers, suppliers, and others.
2) ISA100 supports a mesh network, a robust architecture where nearby devices can act as local repeaters, providing multiple pathways between devices and gateways.
3) The ISA100 protocol has been designed from top to bottom to provide reliability, operability, and security.
4) Vendors who supply ISA100 devices must undergo rigorous testing to verify that their devices meet the requirements of the ISA100 standard.
Certification by the ISA100 Compliance Institute ensures that a vendor’s device can interoperate with all other ISA100 compliant devices seamlessly in an ISA100 network.
Where would I use ISA100? The simple answer is anywhere that wired devices are used.
With over 18 industry-leading vendors supplying ISA100-compliant devices to the marketplace, ISA100 networks can be installed for process monitoring, process control, gas detection, corrosion monitoring, steam trap health monitoring, safety systems, wellhead monitoring, and others.
ISA100 Wireless has been used in many industries, including chemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, mining, and renewable energy, as well as others.
Sensors to measure pH, temperature, pressure, valve position, flow, dissolved oxygen, and others are currently available for use in ISA100 networks. New sensor designs are being introduced all the time.
With so many ISA100-compliant devices, users have the ability to select best-of-breed products from top-tier global industry vendors and have the confidence that each can be added to an ISA100 Wireless network seamlessly and predictably.
To learn more about ISA100 (@International Society of Automation - ISA ) head on over to https://isa100wci.org
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