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FDY: PC-Programmable Frequency-to-DC Transmitter with Display

FDY: PC-Programmable Frequency-to-DC Transmitter with Display
The FDY PC-Programmable Frequency-to-DC Transmitter with Display monitors frequency, period, high or low pulse width, and contact closure signals. It converts the input signal to a proportional, input-to-output isolated 4-20mA output ready for direct interface with a readout instrument, recorder, PLC, DCS, SCADA system or other readout instrument.

Published: November 15, 2018

HTZ: Smart HART® Humidity and Temperature Transmitter

HTZ: Smart HART® Humidity and Temperature Transmitter
The HTZ Smart HART® Transmitter simultaneously measures humidity and temperature in industrial, commercial, manufacturing, and HVAC applications.
Published: May 2, 2018

EHELP: How do I account for the linearization function representing the volume measurement in a cone-shaped bottom tank at various levels?

EHELP: How do I account for the linearization function representing the volume measurement in a cone-shaped bottom tank at various levels?

Q.  We want to use a SPD Field-Mount Programmable Loop Display with a radar transmitter mounted on the top of a cone-shaped bottom tank that outputs 4-20mA signal, and we would like to know how to account for the linearization function representing the volume measurement in the tank at various levels?

Published: April 12, 2017

Temperature Q&A With JR Madden: Explosion-Proof Temperature Measurement

Temperature Q&A With JR Madden: Explosion-Proof Temperature Measurement
One of our customers uses ethylene for its process feed and has installed a new ethylene
terminal with an 18m3 storage tank.
Published: January 19, 2017

EHELP: Can we run a pneumatic chart recorder with an IPT2 or IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter?

EHELP: Can we run a pneumatic chart recorder with an IPT2 or IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter?

Q: We need to combine a new system for reading tank levels with an existing system by replacing a Hagan instrument with a new Rosemount device. However, we need to ensure we can still run an existing 3-27psi pneumatic chart recorder. We’re considering using an I/P, but aren’t sure if the 4-20mA output from the new transmitter can be piggybacked. Is this possible?

Published: May 3, 2016
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