The fun continues
In the mid 1980's Bailey introduced Network 90, their first microprocessor based distributed control system (DCS) offering. So after about seven years of working mostly with pneumatics, I also began the move to software process control and computers. One of those early jobs include time I spent at RG&E's Russell Station in Rochester as they upgraded their boiler controls from pneumatic to Network 90.
Original panelboard operating devices prior to system upgrade.
Panelboard sporting anew look with updated Hand/Auto stations, digital readouts and strip chart recorders.
A few hundred megawatts of electricity would be generated when all these turbines were operating.
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