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Trying to decide how to tackle that next challenging application? Join our Back to Basics webinar series as we review the fundamentals behind different measurement technologies. We will discuss recommended practices, application selection and sizing, and how to avoid common pitfalls. Gain insight directly from our experts!


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Attaining Proficiency in Industrial Pressure Measurement

In order to improve process control, reliable pressure measurements must be used. Ultimately, the purpose of any good pressure transmitter is to provide accurate, reliable measurement to the data user quickly. This webinar reviews the basic principles of measuring pressure and key considerations when selecting pressure transmitters for various applications.

In this webinar we will discuss:

- The basic physics of pressure
- Types of pressure sensors
- Communication standards
- Sensor technology considerations
- Calibration and maintenance best practices

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Flow Measurement

Flow is one of the most common and crucial measurements in process automation. Whether it is measuring feed rates to control a reaction or providing accurate totals for custody transfer, selecting and sizing the right flow meter is an important task. But do you know the best technology for your application? This webinar will explore the fundamentals of flow measurement technologies and how they stack up in different applications.

In this webinar we:

- Review the theory behind flow measurement technologies
- Discuss common flow application challenges
- Evaluate the different technologies when selecting a flow meter
- Illustrate installation practices for successful measurements

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Field Wireless Webinar

Wireless sensor networks can provide reliable and secure communications for applications including control, monitoring, safety, and reliability. Regardless of the application, wireless technology has opened the door for companies to pursue improvements that may have been impossible or uneconomical in the past. However, adopting a wireless strategy is more than just throwing a few radios out into the plant. A little planning can go a long way to ensure your future success.

Topics covered include:

- Where you would use Field Wireless vs IIoT
- The fundamentals of wireless sensor networks
- Applications that illustrate how a wireless strategy can transform your operations, improve reliability, and increase safety

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pH Measurement

The measurement of high purity pH samples in power applications presents significant challenges to understand, apply and maintain analysis instrumentation. The source of the additional “magic” is the fact that high purity samples by their very nature have a very low conductivity, which presents its own set of issues and challenges in comparison to routine pH measurements. The presentation will explore the theory of pH and how it can be successfully applied in high purity applications, discuss both standard and solution temperature compensation, review installation requirements, and illustrate good calibration and maintenance procedures to facilitate satisfactory measurements.

In this webinar we:

- Review the theory behind the measurement of pH
- Discuss the issues surrounding high purity pH measurements
- Illustrate the difference between standard and solution temperature compensation
- Assess installation requirements for successful measurements
- Clarify good calibration and maintenance procedures

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Density is a physical property of matter, and by knowing the density of a mixture you can often infer other properties of the mixture. The vibrating element method is one of measuring the density of a gas that can be used in power, pulp and paper, refining, and chemical industries. This presentation goes over the theory behind vibrating element technology and explores some of the applications in which it can be used.

In this webinar we will review:

- The theory behind density and vibrating element technology
- The importance of using compensated density
- How to clean the detector

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The interoperability of products and control systems is a critical component of industrial automation today. Products such as recorders and flow meters that formerly “stood alone” are being integrated with PLCs and distributed control systems (DCS) at the plant level.

In this webinar we will review:

- Interoperability trends and the market for integration
- Communications protocols: Common Industrial Protocol (CIP), HART, Modbus, and more
- PLC Integration via EtherNet/IP
- Ease of integration with Yokogawa products
- Integration demonstration of GX20 recorder and ADMAG TI with a PLC

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The convenience, accuracy, and reliability of electronic recording technology have become the acceptable norm. However, certain regulated industries such as Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and Food and Beverage require a higher level of security and traceability to deem an electronic record equivalent to a paper record including controlled user access, audit trail, and electronic signature functions. Other industries, including heat treatment, environmental compliance monitoring, and power generation have similar needs.

Other topics include:

- Compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and other regulations
- A complete data management solution, including:
    - Cyber-security
    - Measurement and recording
    - Convenient viewing of real-time and historical trend data
    - Connectivity to the PC environment
    - Reviewing and archiving the data

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The Top 3 Reasons for TDLS

Measurements using TDLS make plants significantly safer, improve resource efficiency, reduce air emissions, and contribute to enhanced asset profitability.

Additionally, Yokogawa's TDLS8100 makes quick and accurate in situ gas concentration measurements, eliminating the requirement for sampling and conditioning components. This results in reduced installation and maintenance costs.

In this webinar we will discuss the following:

- What is a TDLS analyzer and how does its technology work?
- New TDLS8100 probe-type analyzer and the entire line of gas analyzers
- Advantages of TDLS technology over conventional technology​
- Applications where TDLS technology excels​
- Common misconceptions and concerns around TDLS technology​

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Chromatography is introduced to us from a very young age; from marker and coffee filter art projects to the simple black ink separation. All of which the pigments wick from the papers are different speeds when dipped into water, showing the various types of pigments. Chromatography means color measurement.

Join us in this one-hour webinar as we simplify chromatography basics and explanations as to what makes up a process gas chromatograph that is used today. We will dive into:

- Different types of sample injection methods
- What is and how does a separation column work?
- Basic rules of thumbs for best practice

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Mr. Jeff Melrose is the Principal Technology Strategist for Cybersecurity at Yokogawa Corporation of America and has over 20 years of experience in Computer Security. Prior to his assignment with Yokogawa, Mr. Melrose was a Principal Security Engineer at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon designing secure systems for the US Military.

Speakers 1 Name

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Mr. Jeff Melrose is the Principal Technology Strategist for Cybersecurity at Yokogawa Corporation of America and has over 20 years of experience in Computer Security. Prior to his assignment with Yokogawa, Mr. Melrose was a Principal Security Engineer at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon designing secure systems for the US Military.

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