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Durchflussmessung von Wasser | Tennacola Aqueduct | VEGA Water Tour

Tennacola S.p.A ist für den gesamten Wasserkreislauf von 26 Gemeinden zuständig, von denen 12 in der Provinz Macerata und 14 in der Provinz Fermo liegen. Die Anlagen verwalten den gesamten Wasserkreislauf, das heißt die Entnahme von Trinkwasser aus Quellen, den Transport zu den Reservoirs und zu den einzelnen Verbrauchern, die Sammlung und Reinigung von Abwasser und schließlich auch die Wiedereinleitung in die Oberflächengewässer. Dieses Aufgabenspektrum ist einzigartig und garantiert Funktionalität und Effizienz zum Schutz der Wasserressourcen und der Umwelt. VEGA-Radarsensoren VEGAPULS C 21 werden zur Durchflussmessung von Wasser aus dem Tennacola-Zufluss eingesetzt. Das Wasser wird direkt an der Quelle entnommen und ist in seinen organoleptischen und chemisch-physikalischen Eigenschaften sehr gutes Wasser: Das Wasser aus der Tennacola hat optimale Qualität, die mit der bester Mineralwasser vergleichbar ist. Es ist rein, weil es aus natürlichen Quellen stammt, die in unberührten Gebieten flussaufwärts liegen, in denen es keine Siedlungen oder menschliche Einwirkungen gibt. Das Quellwasser fließt in ein Absetzbecken, anschließend in einen Wasserreservetank und gelangt über ein trapezförmiges Wehr in den Vorratsbehälter, wodurch sich der Wasserstand proportional zur Durchflussmenge ändert. Die genaue Überprüfung Füllstandänderung ermöglicht die korrekte Messung des von der Quelle entnommenen Durchflusses. Die Berechnung des punktuellen und des Gesamtdurchflusses erfolgt über das Steuergerät VEGAMET 861. Die Einrichtung des Radarsensors ist einfach, da die Messung stets berührungslos erfolgt. Der Sensor ist bereits mit einem Kabel ausgestattet und weist die Schutzart IP68 auf. Die Kalibrierung und das Einlesen der Linearisierungskurven des Wehrs ist ebenfalls simpel und erfolgt über das Smartphone mit der VEGA Tools App und ihren praktischen Voreinstellungen von Kanalkurven mit regelmäßigen Formen. https://www.vega.com/watertour

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Introducing safeVisionary2 – Safe 3D camera makes human-robot collaboration more efficient

Are you curious about how to make human-robot collaboration more efficient? Let’s see how safeguarding a collaborative robot with safeVisionary2 adds up to the application’s productivity. safeVisionary2 is a safe 3D time-of-flight camera from SICK enabling reimagined safety concepts for your collaborative robots. While a safety laser scanner detects people moving into the hazardous area on a 2D plane close to the floor, the safe 3D camera safeVisionary2 adds a 3D protective field to the application. Risks such as leaning over into the working area of the robot can be detected. This means in our case that the robot can continue to work in a reduced speed mode instead of being shut off while a person is safe even in the robot’s close proximity. As an added value, precise 3D measurement data delivered by safeVisionary2 help you with your automation tasks. Let’s move into new dimensions together with 3D safety and the safeVisionary2 from SICK. Click here for more information: https://sick.com/safeVisionary2 If you like this video, please give us a like below and subscribe to our channel. Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SICKSensorIntelligence Twitter: https://twitter.com/sick_de LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sicksensorintelligence/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sick_sensor_intelligence/ For information and general inquiries please contact: https://www.sick.com/contact

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Introducing safeVisionary2 – Safety in the third dimension

Experience safety in the third dimension – with the world‘s first 3D time-of-flight camera with performance level c safety certification! Complementing traditional safety solutions such as safe LiDAR sensors, and safety light curtains, safeVisionary2 brings safety into the third dimension. Expanding protective fields from 2D to 3D, this opens up countless new possibilities and use cases, for example safe collision avoidance with AGVs or increasing efficiency with collaborative robots. Thanks to the precise measurement data, the camera also reliably solves automation tasks, thus eliminating the need for additional hardware components. With its small dimensions, safeVisionary2 can be used in applications where space is limited. Using the Safety Designer software, configuration of the safeVisionary2 will feel familiar and as intuitive as with other safety products from SICK. Let’s move into new dimensions together with 3D safety and the safeVisionary2 from SICK. Click here for more information: https://www.sick.com/microscan3 If you like this video, please give us a like below and subscribe to our channel. Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SICKSensorIntelligence Twitter: https://twitter.com/sick_de LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sicksensorintelligence/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sick_sensor_intelligence/ For information and general inquiries please contact: https://www.sick.com/contact

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Safe and productive robot applications — Partner up with SICK!

How can you make industrial robot applications both safe and productive? Wherever cooperative and collaborative robot applications need to be safeguarded, the modern safety concepts and sensor solutions from SICK help you solve your challenges. For cooperative environments, SICK safety systems take over crucial protection tasks. Our Safe Robotics Area Protection safety systems sBot Speed, sBot Stop, and sBot CIP each consist of preconfigured safety sensors such as safety laser scanners, safety light curtains, and safety controllers, as well as the software packages you need – plus a comprehensive documentation. All this makes commissioning incredibly easy for you. Where cooperation between human workers and their robotic colleagues is possible, our safety solutions make sure they can team up for a productive alliance, letting the robot work with a reduced speed while a person can work safely in its immediate vicinity. SICK safety experts offer safety services worldwide, such as Force and Pressure Measurement for an efficient validation of robot limits for collaborative robotic applications. So, how can you make industrial robot applications both safe and productive? Partner up with SICK! Click here for more information: https://www.sick.com/functional-safety/safe-productivity-safe-robots/w/safe-robots-collaborative-flexible/ If you enjoyed this video, please give us a like below and subscribe to our channel. Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SICKSensorIntelligence Twitter: https://twitter.com/sick_de LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sicksensorintelligence/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sick_sensor_intelligence/ For information and general inquiries please contact: https://www.sick.com/contact

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