December 2003

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Wireless smart process instrumentation Claiming to be the next-generationinstrumentation revolution, integrated wireless Smart processinstrumentation systems can measure, monitor and ..

Wireless smart process instrumentation Claiming to be the next-generation instrumentation revolution, integrated wireless Smart process instrumentation systems can measure, monitor and control all plant functions. They are described in a four-page, full-color brochure from Accutech, a division of Adaptive Instruments, LLC. The Accutech system is complete with field units, base radio units and available wireless instrumentation manager software, plus full technical support. Diverse applications include, but are not limited to, temperature measurement, pressure measurement, relief-valve monitoring, steam-trap monitoring and multi-input mea

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