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NCS: NET Concentrator System® Process Control and Distributed I/O

NCS: NET Concentrator System® Process Control and Distributed I/O
Designed specifically for demanding industrial applications, the NET Concentrator System® (NCS) provides a real-time signal gateway between the field or factory floor and your control strategy.
Published: May 23, 2018

NCS Life Testing In Progress at Moore Industries Headquarters

NCS Life Testing In Progress at Moore Industries Headquarters

At Moore Industries’ California headquarters, two Net Concentrator systems (NCS) are undergoing two different life tests to observe long term operation and how components comprising the NCS behave under extreme conditions. Observations and results from these tests will help engineering improve designs for real world applications and double as live units to facilitate troubleshooting should end users require assistance.

Published: September 19, 2017

TCS: Temperature Concentrator System™ Multi-Channel Transmitter

TCS: Temperature Concentrator System™ Multi-Channel Transmitter
Temperature Concentrator System Multi-Channel Transmitter
Published: July 20, 2017

Remote I/O Solution for Boiler Temperature

Chemical and Specialty Chemical

Remote I/O Solution for Boiler Temperature

A large and long established chemical plant in New South Whales, Australia had been monitoring boiler tube thermocouples from multiple process boilers for more than 20 years. Originally all type K thermocouples were wired directly back to the DCS.  Over time they started to see drifting, errors and even out of range measurements due to the degradation of their long thermocouple extension wire runs. Learn how Moore Industries solved this problem.

Published: October 26, 2016

Moore Industries Technology Reduces Legwork at Pulp and Paper Site

Moore Industries Technology Reduces Legwork at Pulp and Paper Site
State regulations required a major pulp and paper company to monitor and record daily effluent water rates. This requirement was being fulfilled by sending an employee from their main control site to a remotely located pond three times a day to manually record water levels. This process was inefficient, time-consuming and didn’t provide them with real-time data.
Published: June 29, 2015
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