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A Pepperl+Fuchs Product: RFID Handhelds
A Pepperl+Fuchs Product: Compact UHF RFID Read/Write Heads
A Pepperl+Fuchs Product: IO Link RFID Read/Write Heads
In process plants of the chemical, pharmaceutical or food industry, fluids that can be pumped are fed to the corresponding parts of the plant via so-called hose stations. To ensure the quality and safety of the processes, errors must be avoided. It is not uncommon for the media used to be hazardous substances. Thanks to the automatic identification of hose coupling points at the hose stations via RFID, the correct connection can be checked reliably and automatically without additional time expenditure. If an incorrect hose connection is detected, the integration into the automation environment prevents the switching on of pumps or the start-up of a process, which would otherwise have led to high consequential costs.
The Pepperl+Fuchs RFID Read/Write Head Family for explosion-hazardous areas include:
As one of the leading companies in the automation industry, Pepperl+Fuchs is a global pioneer in its markets due to groundbreaking technologies. For conventional and future applications, the company offers a comprehensive portfolio and at the same time drives trend-setting future developments. Examples of this include application-oriented cloud connectivity solutions and the development of Ethernet in the process industry for Industry 4.0-compliant applications.
At Pepperl+Fuchs, the term Sensorik4.0® stands for innovative, communication-enabled sensors for factory automation. This development has proven useful in many aspects of automation. A prime example is the intelligent communication technology that clears the way for the link between IT and OT. Another application is the portfolio of intrinsically safe smart devices that enable the digitization of service and maintenance in process plants. Other future technologies will likewise be used in almost all branches of automation.