Discover Intrinsic Safety (IS) and Get Tips to Meet Your IS Needs in Hazardous Areas

Duration: 60
Language: en
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Applications in hazardous areas require different explosion protection methods to reduce the risk of explosions occurring. Which method are you using?

Prevention is one of the methods. This webinar outlines Intrinsic Safety as part of the prevention method. Rockwell Automation offers 1718 Ex I/O and 1719 Ex I/O platforms as part of our distributed I/O portfolio to help customers meet requirements in hazardous areas. Together with one of the leaders in electrical explosion protection, we offer a complete solution in the Intrinsic Safety space.

These chassis-based I/O platforms help to reduce engineering and hardware costs with mounting of I/O closer to the field devices. Flexible and easy configuration can be achieved through Premier integration with Rockwell Automation® Integrated Architecture® system, enabled through Add-on Profiles in the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® application environment.

Join May Thant and discover how you can achieve efficiency and scalability in a small space with our distributed I/O platforms. Get more tips for your application in Zone 1 or Zone 2 hazardous areas.

Top 3 Industry Drivers:
•    Reduce wiring costs with the ability to mount I/O closer to field devices in hazardous areas
•    Save hardware costs with direct connection to field devices mounted in hazardous areas, without the need for additional hardware
•    Intrinsic Safety as the preferred protection method

Key Takeaways:
•    Premier Integration and easy configuration with Rockwell Automation® Integrated Architecture® system
•    Compact, chassis-based design of Allen-Bradley® Distributed Intrinsic Safety I/O solutions
•    System scalability of 1718 Ex I/O and 1719 Ex I/O for Zone 1 or Zone 2 hazardous areas

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