Automation Wireless


The wireless technologies in industrial automation systems offer a number of potential benefits. These wireless field instruments are easy to install being self-contained with power, radio and sensor. With the elimination of cabling, trenching and conduit, deployment costs are reduced by up to 75% relative to wired alternatives. Together, the high performance, long reach, license-free radio and long lasting battery reduce support costs while delivering valuable data. Together with ensuring operator safety, wireless remote control systems create significant competitive advantage through increased mobility, reduced installation cost and time, and benefits of preventive maintenance.

Additionally, process monitoring and telemetry operations at remote sites are commonly spread across a wide area with equipment being exposed to harsh environments, making access difficult. In comparison to capital costs, the installation, operation and maintenance of these systems is often the most significant overall expense factor in the long term. With scalability, flexibility and ease of use in mind, wireless solutions are tailored to help lower this total cost of ownership.



Battery-powered wireless sensor networks

Simply stated, Accutech is a line of battery-powered wireless sensor networks; a family of measurement and control tools used wherever challenging telemetry applications are found, including stranded measurement points, hazardous locations and mobile equipment.


Trio Radios

Ethernet and serial data radios

Schneider's Trio Licensed UHF data radios set a new standard for Telemetry & SCADA data radio, with serial and Ethernet connectivity plus a host of features that make them suitable for complex and demanding requirements in Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint (Multiple Address Radio) systems.

TRSS Systems allow you to monitor and control field operations across a widely dispersed infrastructure. From simple reservoir level measurement to well pad optimization integrated with ERP, these systems are constantly challenged by emerging regulations, rapid technology change and industrial trends.