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Synonyms for fail-safe

designed so as to be impervious to human error or misuse

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a mechanism capable of returning to a safe state in case there is a failure or malfunction

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guaranteed not to fail

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eliminating danger by compensating automatically for a failure or malfunction

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Indeed, someday people might sit around at parties playing Six Degrees of Fail Safe.
8 million contract with engineering contractor OTF-IGN-Petrochem Kft for the installation of its Experion(TM) Process Knowledge System and Fail Safe Controller (FSC(R)).
The solution, worth just under one million dollars, includes Experion(TM) Process Knowledge System (PKS), Fail Safe Control (FSC(R)), Digital Video Manager, Hart Interface, and a range of services including project management, installation and commissioning.
Its solutions facilitate a non-stop network environment that is fail safe, resilient and secured with predictable traffic flow.
Honeywell (NYSE:HON) Process Solutions today announced that it has signed a contract with Borealis Polimeros, Lda for the implementation of a comprehensive automation solution that includes Honeywell Experion PKS(R) and Fail Safe Controller (FSC(R)).
Honeywell software applications TotalPlant(R) Batch, Uniformance(R) Process Historian Database, Fail Safe Controller (FSC(R)) and Asset Manager PKS(TM) will be linked by Experion to provide total plant information, communication and control.
Honeywell (NYSE:HON) Process Solutions has announced that global oil and gas company Sasol has installed six Honeywell Fail Safe Control (FSC(R)) systems at the Synthetic Fuels Cold Separation Phase 1 plant in Secunda, South Africa.