Level measurement via the Netilion • Pump NL cloud environment

Erwin Post said in the Endress + Hauser-Present the general vote at Pumps & Valves Rotterdam in early October 2021. “I’m glad we can get back up and running. It is actually more alive. We focus on internet communication on the products we show here. One of the main themes of the moment.


Like this radar for IBC. It measures the level continuously and sends the data from time to time to our Nitilion cloud environment. In places where it is not so easy to run a cable, this is a good system to work with. “

Instrument data unlocking is the other common thread in the IIoT world. With Ethernet APL and Endress + Hauser Netilion applications, the user can monitor the health of their instrument, among other things.

The publication continues: “Because all the data from that instrument is good, but of course it is about the rating you assign to it. Because this data has an important purpose, especially for predictive maintenance. “

Diagnostic functions

Endress + Hauser instruments are ‘safe by design’ according to the SIL IEC61508 standard. This means that naturally these instruments already have a high degree of on-board diagnostic functionality, Post adds.

At the moment the Liquiphant tuning fork, radiometric and pressure instrument program can be seen as a new platform, but Endress + Hauser is working on a radar variant.

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