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6/22/2017

Data Acquisition and Control System Designed for Chemical Industry

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Engineered specifically for the chemical industry, the Chemetall Original Data Acquisition and Control System (CODACS) provides monitoring, systems control, data acquisition and real-time logging capabilities.

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Engineered specifically for the chemical industry, the Chemetall US, Inc. Original Data Acquisition and Control System (CODACS) provides monitoring, systems control, data acquisition and real-time logging capabilities. The user-friendly system is designed to maximize output, increase efficiency, improve productivity, boost cost savings, withstand the most challenging processes, reduce downtime and provide convenience of monitoring via the internet.
The system can be custom-configured to automatically provide monitoring of as many as 60 real-time parameters, data transfer to designated devices, field data acquisition and backup, acceptance of universal inputs, calculations and reporting functionalities, and logging and analysis of alarms.

For more information, visit ChemetallCODACS.com.

 

 

 

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