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SSX/SST: Safety Series Isolator and Splitter

SSX/SST: Safety Series Isolator and Splitter
Part of Moore Industries’ FS Functional Safety Series, the exida® approved, SIL 3 capable 2-wire (loop powered) SSX and 4-wire (line/mains powered) SST Safety Isolators and Splitters provide isolation and signal conversion for your SIS (Safety Instrumented System) needs. These units protect and enhance loops and also pass valuable HART® data from the field transmitter to host systems and vice-versa.
Published: February 1, 2018

Hazardex Award Nomination - Get the Vote Out

Hazardex Award Nomination - Get the Vote Out
Vote for Moore Industries for the 2018 Hazardex Awards for the STZ Functional Safety Dual-Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitter, with Associated IS Option.
Published: January 17, 2018

STA: SIL 2 and SIL 3 Capable Programmable Current/Voltage and RTD/Thermocouple Safety Trip Alarms

STA: SIL 2 and SIL 3 Capable Programmable Current/Voltage and RTD/Thermocouple Safety Trip Alarms
Part of the Moore Industries FS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY SERIES, the exida® SIL 2 and SIL 3 certified STA Safety Trip Alarm performs as a logic solver and acts on potentially hazardous process conditions; warns of unwanted process conditions; provides emergency shutdown; or provides on/off control in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) and traditional alarm trip applications.
Published: January 11, 2018

SRM: Safety Relay Module (4-Wire)

SRM: Safety Relay Module (4-Wire)
Part of Moore Industries’ FS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY SERIES, the SRM Safety Relay Module provides a high level of availability for safety-critical applications and as a part of Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS).
Published: December 14, 2017

Alarm Trip 1-out-of-2 Voting with High Availability

Alarm Trip 1-out-of-2 Voting with High Availability
A customer has a Safety Instrumented Function they need to implement with two independent level transmitters (radar), each wired to a separate STA Functional Safety Trip Alarm. The process will trip if either level reaches the set point, for example a 1 out of 2 (1oo2) voting. However, if the alarm trip (STA) detects an input or unit fault. The customer did not want the process to trip. Instead they wanted to take the faulty unit out of service leaving the process running with the one good level and alarm trip. 
Published: November 28, 2017
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