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Fieldbus systems, based on communication interfaces such as RS232, RS485, fieldbus interfaces and Ethernet-based fieldbus interfaces, are gaining in significance or are already standard in mechanical and plant engineering.
Firstly, considerable installation and maintenance costs can be saved.
Secondly, fieldbus systems offer ideal digital networking of intelligent actuators / actuators with upstream automation systems such as PLCs (programmable logic controllers) and IPCs (industrial personal computers) etc.
Nowadays developers and designers working in plant engineering not only have to give the right actuator the right mechanical and performance dimensions, but also – due to the large number of fieldbus systems on the market, the use of which is (increasingly) being decided by the end customer – have to be familiar with several systems and bring these in line with the requirements for use.
The Global Fieldbus actuators market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
SIKO fieldbus actuator as an all-in-one solution, The compact casing also contains the motor, gears, control and power electronics.
The upstream control unit is strongly supported by the integrated control electronics. Additionally,n (unlike incremental encoder systems), as changes in position are recorded when the device is switched off and are available
The use of Foundation Fieldbus in process control systems has gained widespread acceptance. The ability to distribute control away from the central DCS is its key feature.
The Foundation H1 bus system is directly connected to by the Rotork Foundation Fieldbus interface card.
The control and monitoring of the valve and actuator are covered by the function blocks integrated into the module.
The FF card is straightforward and simple to use when using the certified Device Description files. Rotork is the best option for use with a Foundation Fieldbus system because it can report extensive actuator feedback within a single input block and system diagnostic data.
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