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Efficient digitization of CIP systems with IO-Link

The use of intelligent sensors with IO-Link offers opportunities to increase efficiency, increase availability and save resources.

11/11/2020 10:30:00 AM – 11/11/2020 11:00:00 AM

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The use of intelligent sensors with IO-Link offers opportunities to increase efficiency, increase availability and save resources.

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Why is a digitalized CIP system state of the art?
What role does the reliability of the measured process values play?
How can (High) Critical Control Points really be secured intelligently?
And what possibilities does sensor technology offer for saving resources and costs?

Answers to these and other questions can be found in this presentation by Jonas Meier, Senior Sales Engineer Food and Beverages at ifm. He will show you the possibilities and opportunities that a digital CIP system can offer you.
Thanks to IO-Link, for example, distorted measurement signals are a thing of the past. With the TCC temperature sensor, which checks its correct function itself, safety in redundant temperature measurement can be increased without having to intervene in the actual process sequence.

Jonas Meier will also demonstrate how the use of intelligent sensor technology can make the condition monitoring of processes more transparent and efficient. The focus here is on effective detection of phase separation with the LDL conductivity sensor and reliable detection of leaks, wear and blockages on valve control flaps using the MVQ valve sensor.

Also learn about the possibilities of our Y-path for easy transfer of sensor data into your existing ERP system.

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