Distributed Control System (DCS)

Distributed Control System (DCS) is a specially designed automated control system that consists of geographically distributed control elements over the plant or control area.

It differs from the centralized control system wherein a single controller at central location handles the control function, but in DCS each process element or machine or group of machines is controlled by a dedicated controller. DCS consists of a large number of local controllers in various sections of plant control area and are connected via a high speed communication network.

Plant Cruise

The PlantCruise by Experion is Honeywell’s unified control system for process, business, and asset management that helps industrial manufacturers increase their profitability and productivity and accessibility to local support without sacrificing quality and reliability in an increasingly competitive environment.

Distinguishing Features

PlantCruise offers proven technology with the right agility for greater reliability and advanced control:

Provides flexible control platform options based on Series 8 and ControlEdge for improved fit across various industrial applications

Ensures no “loss of view” of the core process through Experion Direct Connect Station

Employs IT-enabled solutions for improved performance and operations (e.g., virtualization, data mobility, remote operations)

Includes model-based advanced predictive control technology for loop-control optimization

Utilizes Honeywell’s patented Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE) capability ensures greater reliability

Simplifies engineering and maintenance functionality

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