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Pepperl+Fuchs Tech Blog

Welcome to our blog. Here you will find current articles on the topics of industrial automation and sensor technology.

Three Functions in a Single Sensor: Overview of Radar Sensor Measuring Modes

Advanced FMCW (frequency-modulated continuous-wave) radar sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs are able to very precisely determine the distance, direction of movement, and speed of objects in the sensing range. Learn more about the three different measuring modes.

By |May 27, 2024|Industrial Sensors, Applications|

Four TCP-based Communication Protocols That Are Key to IIoT—Part 4: REST API

IIoT-capable devices are needed to implement smart networking structures. There are various IIoT protocols available. Learn in this blog article what is REST API or a RESTful interface, its interoperability, security, implementation, and usage.

By |April 30, 2024|Industry 4.0|

Reliable Level Measurement—Why Two Different Technologies Are Crucial

Level measurement technology is the basis for reliable process control in the chemical, petrochemical, environmental, and other related industries. We explain why it is advisable to use a different principle of measurement for the probe and technology for continuous level measurement and level limit detection in critical tank level applications.

By |March 25, 2024|Applications, Explosion Protection|

Four TCP-based Communication Protocols That Are Key to IIoT—Part 3: AMQP

Find out more about the key features of the interoperable asynchronous publish/subscribe communication protocols AMQP. We take a closer look at the interoperability, real-time behaviour, security, implementation, and typical applications of AMQP compared to MQTT.

By |February 29, 2024|Industry 4.0|

Smart-Ex® 03 Intrinsically Safe Smartphone with All-Around USB-C Interface

The Smart-Ex 03 intrinsically safe, 5G-capable Android smartphone features the USB 3.1 Type-C standard interface and offers you a complete desktop experience via a multiport adapter. Learn more about the advantages the USB-C connector offers for your digital applications.

By |February 14, 2024|Explosion Protection, Applications, Safety|

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