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ISA100 Wireless Radiometric Data Transmission System


In this report, an ISA100 Wireless Radiological Data Transmission System has been evaluated by performing a number of different tests and checking the results are in accordance with the manufacturers’ specifications and the requirements of Sellafield Ltd, the sponsor. The system under test consists of the following components: YFGW710 ISA100 Wireless Gateway, manufactured by Yokogawa in Japan. FN310-M ISA100 Wireless Adaptor, manufactured by Yokogawa in Japan. M3S1e Radiological Monitor Interface Unit, manufactured by Omniflex, South Africa. iCAM Radiological Monitor, manufactured by Canberra, UK. G64 Radiological Monitor, manufactured by Canberra, UK. The main purpose of the tests was to check the following: Can radiometric data be reliably transmitted and received using a wireless transmission system? Can enough data be transmitted to enable operations staff to effectively monitor the plant? Does the system produce enough diagnostic data to bring system faults to the attention of the operations staff? The tests are not carried out to prove the individual performance of the standard Yokogawa and Omniflex components, but rather the combination of the complete system.





10.3 - Multiplexers and transmission




UK/S Africa/Japan


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