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Adding SCADA to Your Hydraulic Power Unit

Sept. 16, 2022
Learn about what elements of your hydraulic system can be monitored by a SCADA system and why they play such an important role in the reliability of that system’s assets. (Sponsored by Motion)

With an increased focus on plant productivity and equipment reliability, SCADA systems are more often seen as effective tools to reduce downtime while increasing asset reliability in hydraulic systems. SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) refers to a computer system that essentially gathers and analyzes real-time data. These systems help provide key values that help you maintain and protect your assets and improve productivity and reliability.

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