Improved process safety thanks to Cerabar and Deltabar
Endress+Hauser launches the new Cerabar and Deltabar pressure transmitters. Thanks to their Bluetooth interface, they are simpler to use and easier to maintain in safety systems. A high level of safety, combined with high plant productivity and availability, form the basis of our enhanced safety approach. Heartbeat technology makes it possible to check device functionality without interrupting the process. The new Cerabar and Deltabar pressure sensors will be launched in Q4 2020.
Improved process safety Virtual assistants guide the user through locking and iterative SIL testing, preventing operating errors.
Safety by design: according to IEC 61508
A checksum (CRC) ensures that security parameters are not modified
Display backlight changes from green to red in the event of a fault
Simplified operation Intuitive configuration via Endress+Hauser SmartBlue application and Bluetooth interface
Guided sequences simplify commissioning
Operation via optical keys without opening the cover
Ready for Industry 4.0 Heartbeat technology for uninterrupted device testing
Heartbeat Monitoring can detect process irregularities and blocked pulse lines
Ease of use is a major advantage for many reasons. Many industries are facing a growing shortage of qualified personnel. Major plant overhauls often involve service providers whose staff lack in-depth knowledge of the equipment and systems on site. The amount of safety-related equipment has also risen sharply in recent years, for example in the chemical industry, and with it the number of expensive iterative tests for SIL.
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