Monthly Archives: January 2021

Improved Siemens SIPART PS2 – Partial Stroke Test


The new SIPART PS2 has built-in pressure sensor, these are now utilised to determine the valve signature of your connected pneumatic valve. During this video I demonstrate how to perform a partial stroke test and compare it to the original test carried out during the initialisation. This test now uses the built-in pressure sensors to […]

Siemens Answers: How can you improve the accuracy of your flow meter?


Here’s a tip from a Siemens flow specialist that may help you with the accuracy of your flow meter. Recently, we had a case where a customer complained about the accuracy of his magnetic flow meter. After some investigation, it turned out that the meters installed were oversized for the flow rates and the sensors […]

Improved SIPART PS2. IOT Ready. Valve Performance Tests


The valve performance tests are not a new feature for the SIPART PS2, and has been available since version 5.01 of the firmware. The video shows how to run the tests and how to utilise SIMATIC PDM to produce HTML reports.

Process Instruments Brexit Statement


An accord was finally reached last month (December 2020) after years of negotiations on a new Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and UK; a welcome relief to many businesses. As we know there will be important changes (which came into effect from 1st January 2021) following this agreement so at this time it […]

Introduction to new and improved SIPART PS2, IOT ready.


Siemens Electro-Pneumatic Valve Positioner the SIPART PS2. Has just received a new upgrade. The name hasn’t changed but functionality has been improved with a new mother board and integrated pressure sensor.

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