No Safe Failures For a Transmitter? | exida

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No Safe Failures For a Transmitter?

Recording Date: August 2017

Analog transmitter failure modes are typically dangerous undetected, low, high, and detected. Typically there is no safe (either detected or undetected) failure mode. The low, high, and detected failure modes are to be classified by the end-user based on the actual application that the transmitter is used in. This webinar will review the expected failure modes and then using the exSILentia® SILver™ tool show how failure modes are classified into safe and dangerous, detected and undetected based on the actual application.

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About the Presenter:

Kate Hildenbrandt

Kate Hildenbrandt Kate Hildenbrandt works for exida as a Product Manager, responsible for the strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for exSILentia software and associated products as well as development of customer accounts and outbound marketing activities. She is also focused on providing training and application support to new and existing customers utilizing exSILentia®. She graduated from Lehigh University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. She has over 8 years of professional experience in the gases and chemicals industry, with roles in Process Safety, Project Management, Plant Process Engineering and Project Development.