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Wireless in Food and Beverage Applications

By Brian Allport – Global Business Development Manager Filed in Technology focus, Food and Beverage Wireless

The use of standardized control systems (for food and beverage manufacturers) and machines (OEMs) requires a similar connectivity that’s not tied to a specific industrial protocol and can be easily scaled. OT technologies in particular require a robust connection – in many cases, industrial 802.11 wireless radios are used.

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Improving the Cleaning Process, One Module at a Time

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, In-chassis Food and Beverage Protocol Conversion

A bottled mineral water manufacturer needed to connect a CompactLogix™ with Siemens® equipment. An in-chassis module solved that communications disconnect.

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Brains Brews a Cost-Effective Modernization Solution

Whether it's football in the United States or rugby in Great Britain, the two entirely different sports have one thing in common - many of the spectators like drinking their beer [...]

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Tillamook Creamery Upgrades to New ControlLogix with Migration Gateway

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Videos, Gateways Modernization Food and Beverage

Tillamook Creamery needed to update its I/O and PLCs. With a Migration Gateway, they were able to migrate their I/O and switch to a Rockwell Automation® ControlLogix® while avoiding excessive downtime [...]

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Four bottle filling machines, three protocols – and one gateway family

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Gateways Automated Material Handling Food and Beverage Protocol Conversion

In an Italian packaging facility, four bottle filling machines were equipped with flow meters using the Modbus® serial protocol [...]

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Wrapping five bottles per second

In Altavilla Vicentina, Italy, a Clever Sleever Machine places and shrink-wraps decorative sleeves on bottles at a rate of 18,000 pieces per hour [...]

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