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    Distributed Control System (DCS)

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    DCS (Distributed Control System)

    DCS is a system of sensors, controllers, and associated computers that are distributed throughout a plant.

    Each of these elements serves a unique purpose such as data acquisition, process control, as well as data storage and graphical display.

    These individual elements communicate with a centralized computer through the plant’s local area network – often referred to as a control network. As the ‘central brain’ of the plant the DCS makes automated decisions based on production trends it sees them in real-time throughout a plant.

    As an example the DCS at a power plant might automatically increase steam generation capacity of multiple turbines in order to keep up with changing demand for electricity during hot Summer days and then decrease it as outdoor temperatures cool overnight and demand subsides.

    Whereas a PLC could adjust a single unit operation, the DCS can make adjustments to each of a plant’s many interacting unit operations.

    Process Measurement and Control

    Distributed Control System (DCS)

     

    DCS is a system of sensors, controllers, and associated computers that are distributed throughout a plant.

    Each of these elements serves a unique purpose such as data acquisition, process control, as well as data storage and graphical display.

    These individual elements communicate with a centralized computer through the plant’s local area network – often referred to as a control network. As the ‘central brain’ of the plant the DCS makes automated decisions based on production trends it sees them in real-time throughout a plant.

    As an example the DCS at a power plant might automatically increase steam generation capacity of multiple turbines in order to keep up with changing demand for electricity during hot Summer days and then decrease it as outdoor temperatures cool overnight and demand subsides.

    Whereas a PLC could adjust a single unit operation, the DCS can make adjustments to each of a plant’s many interacting unit operations.

    Experion LX DCS

    Experion LX Architecture

    Experion LX DCS

    Product Description

    Purpose built DCS for mid-size process applications based on proven and patented technology from Experion PKS that is easy to assemble, configure and operate.

     

    Applications

    · Chemicals processing

    · Power generation

    · Industrial boilers

    · Plastics, resins, synthetic rubber

    · Paints and coatings

    · Bio-fuels and bio-chemicals

    · Food & beverage processing

    · Water treatment,    Pharma.-Batch proccesing

    Value Proposition

    · Maximize plant uptime and reliability

    · Optimize process efficiency

    · Enhance operator effectiveness

    · Reduce OPEX through a low total cost-of-ownership and
        ensure control system scalability and future expansion

     

     

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