Jeff Hayes
Jeff Hayes
http://www.beijerelectronics.com
Product Manager, Beijer Electronics
Salt Lake City, UT
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Jeff Hayes is a Product Manager for Beijer Electronics. He specializes in industrial products for a number of industries including oil/gas, power generation (solar, wind, diesel, coal, hydro, biomass), water/wastewater, and marine/maritime. He has over 20 years’ experience in various roles in a number of technology companies. He is the past president and current board member of the Utah Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), and past-president and current board member of the Great Salt Lake Section and current District VP-elect of the International Society of Automation (ISA). He has held his Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) credentials since 2002. Has presented at AWWA, ISA, WEF, NRWA, DistrubTECH, Electric Power, and numerous computer networking and information security conferences. He has a BS from Southern Utah University and MBA from the University of Utah.
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    Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) build electrical automation products for the water/wastewater industry that include frequency inverters, power supplies, relays, sensors, telemetry instrumentation, Internet of Thing (IoT) components, servo/motion systems, cameras and video systems, PLCs, embedded controllers, remote I/O, starters, HMIs/operator terminals, PCs, SCADA systems, industrial networking devices, enclosures, cabling and connectivity devices. The brands and models OEMs use depend on end user requirements, applications, costs and personal preference.

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    Electrical automation products for the industrial control system (ICS) of water/wastewater environments are extensive. They include frequency inverters, power supplies, relays, sensors, telemetry instrumentation, servo/motion systems, cameras and video systems, PLCs, embedded controllers, remote I/O, starters, HMIs/operator terminals, PCs, SCADA systems, industrial data communication devices, enclosures, cabling and connectivity devices, and certainly components belonging to the Internet of Things grab-bag. How each of these components makes it into a water/wastewater facility varies. More often than not, the driving factors are plant design and engineering specifications.

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    Industrial facilities either process their own wastewater or work with third-party or municipal wastewater treatment plants. The wastewater treatment might include active sludge, oil and grease removal, trickling filtration, brine treatment, and anaerobic reactors. The industrial design firms responsible for facility design and/or construction will include industrial wastewater treatment capabilities as part of the initial designs or retrofits. These wastewater system designs specify a great deal of instrumentation and control equipment, including PLCs, HMIs and PCs.

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