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The challenge of industrial environments

The challenge of industrial environments

The challenge with industrial controls as well as with other electronic devices intended for use in industrial environments is to have them function reliably in spite of adverse conditions. This may mean using a device that’s built to withstand harsh conditions, protecting the device in a specialised cabinet, or both.

Below we have listed some of the challenges to overcome while implementing devices in industrial environments.

Where to use industrial components

  • Heavy industry and manufacturing
  • Oil and gas industries, including refineries
  • Self-storage facilities
  • Utility substations
  • Agriculture
  • Military bases
  • Research facilities
  • Water treatment plants
  • Factory floors
  • Distribution centres
  • Food service
  • Municipal services
  • Anywhere you need extra reliability
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