How to Avoid Critical Power Failure in Plants

Aug. 21, 2023
Critical power supply failure can lead to unplanned plant shutdown if not addressed.

Certain power supplies can give control engineers a good idea of what issues pervade a plant.

Power supply failure for process controllers or devices can lead to detrimental results, including unplanned plant shutdown. Shutdowns and other problems can become out of control without critical event visibility.

Control Design editor-in-chief Mike Bacidore talks about power supplies and equipment troubleshooting with SolaHD Emerson marketing manager of connected power Jay Hendrix in this episode of the Control Intelligence podcast.

Listen to the full podcast episode here.

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