Parker Pilot Pro Parker's Communications Interface for Process





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Published on Aug 29, 2011

Parker Pilot Pro™
Do you have interest in remote monitoring of your sample conditioning systems? If so, Parker's Pilot Pro™ can solve your communications interfacing needs.

For process analyzers to achieve optimum performance, process samples must be conditioned properly to ensure consistent and reliable delivery to the analytical system. This must be achieved in order to provide process operators, analyzer engineers, and analyzer technicians, the proper information to optimize maintenance support tasks and unit operational control.

To obtain optimization of real-time sample conditioning systems, key operating parameters such as pressure, temperature, and flow information must be delivered to maintenance and other unit support personnel continuously. In the past, this information was generally gathered by observation of gauges and flow meters. Increased demand for optimized control has resulted in a need for more aggressive parameter monitoring both at the process operational and process analytical levels.

Transmission of data is complicated due to the varying number of bus protocols that exist at the plant level. In some cases, transmission of single parameter information is completed by looppowered operation from the plant DCS system, PLC, or analytical hardware. In essence, there are many ways to transmit critical process and sample conditioning system information. The Parker Pilot Pro™ system has been developed to simplify data transmission between the analyzer, sample conditioning system, and plant personnel.

The Parker Pilot Pro™ system has been designed with end user needs as a primary focus. From use of standard, field proven hardware, to the unique separation of hazardous zones, Pilot Pro™ has been designed to meet all of the process analyzer engineer's challenging field application and communications needs. The system has been developed to operate across multiple bus network protocols, such as Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus, CAN, DeviceNet, and even simple analog hardwired communication architectures.

The system can be purchased in any of three basic enclosure options (all NEMA 4X rated) based on desired communications and mounting approaches. For example, Ethernet protocols can be accommodated by use of the PLC or I/O based enclosure systems. Each of these has the maximum I/O capability of 24 (including AI, AO, DI, and DOs -- see system specifications).

The Pilot Pro™ interface can be installed in a variety of positions along the plant architectural structure to meet a variety of end user requirements.

If you would like more information about the Parker Pilot Pro or other Parker Hannifin Products please contact Forberg Scientific, Inc Customer Service Representative.
Toll Free: 855-288-5330
Email: mechanicalsales@forberg.com


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