Food process automation

Previous: Automation issues in industrial environments

In today's rapidly changing industrial environment, businesses often face challenges related to the maintenance, efficiency and safety of their production lines. Outdated sensors and control systems can cause frequent breakdowns that lead to unpredictable production downtime and increased operating costs. They can also adversely affect production quality and safety, which is unacceptable, especially in the food and pharmaceutical industries, where demands for accuracy and hygiene are extremely high.

Po: Ideal state with IO-Link technology

Imagine an environment where every component of the production process communicates flawlessly, production efficiency is maximized and operating costs are minimized. Replacing sensors and actuators is quick and easy, eliminating long downtimes and enabling rapid response to any changes in the production process. Every element of the system is monitored in real time, ensuring that all ope​rations are performed accurately and safely. Continuous diagnostics and condition monitoring of equipment prevent any unexpected breakdowns and maintain high standards of quality and hygiene.

Bridge: How IO-Link enables the transition from "Before" to "After"

With AEH's IO-Link technology, all of these benefits become a reality. IO-Link is an innovative interface that standardizes communication between sensors, actuators and control systems in production lines. Its implementation means that each device has a unique identifier that allows easy setup and quick changeover using plug & play functionality. This technology not only simplifies the entire automation system, but also increases its reliability, efficiency and safety. With IO-Link, you can have full control over every aspect of the production process, reducing production losses and increasing overall productivity and process hygiene.

Non-stop transmission over the bus

Decentralized DI modules function as an interconnect between the binary sensors and the bus. This allows binary switching signals from the field to be directly transmitted via the bus. No additional transmission systems are required within the bus topology.

Master IO-Link Automation: Discover the simplicity and clarity of your processes 

 Configuration, parameter setting and management of connected IIoT devices User-defined dashboards for visualization of machines, processes and data Use of a ticketing system to organize alerts and alarms associated with static limit values that can be checked, confirmed or removed Analysis of historical data through graphical trends and implementation of data exports

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