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New TMZ Dual Temperature Transmitter

New TMZ Dual Temperature Transmitter
Moore Industries’ is proud to announce the new TMZ Dual (2TPRG) PC-Programmable MODBUS Temperature Transmitter. The TMZ Dual allows users to increase density and reduce costs by doubling your temperature monitoring capability in a single unit with dual RTD, thermocouple, mV, resistance or potentiometer inputs. The data from both sensors is available on the MODBUS output, allowing the host to use the data for averaging, differential or sensor backup.
Published: June 19, 2017

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Measuring Bearing Temperature with a Surface Mounted Sensor

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Measuring Bearing Temperature with a Surface Mounted Sensor

Q. We want to measure bearing temperature in our motors to alert us of overheating. We have used a type of sensor which inserts into the side of the motor, but they leak and fail often. We would like to put something on the surface of the motor outside of the bearing housing, but we do not want something welded to the housing. What can you suggest?

Published: March 16, 2016

EHELP: Converting Three Analog Signals to HART Protocol

EHELP: Converting Three Analog Signals to HART Protocol

Q: You have a product called HART Interface Module that will pull the 2nd, 3rd and 4th HART variables from a smart HART transmitter and create one 4-20mA signal for each. Do you have or know of an instrument that will take three 4-20mA signals into it and place them on one 4-20mA signal as the 2nd, 3rd and 4th variable? I would like to read three transmitters on one 4-20mA signal by reading the variables on my DCS System.

Published: January 26, 2016

E-HELP: Replacing Temperature Transmitters With Changing Power Sources

E-HELP: Replacing Temperature Transmitters With Changing Power Sources
Q: I want to replace a THZ Temperature Transmitter (Model THZ/PRG/4-20MA/12-42DC [DIN]) with a CPT PC-Programmable Temperature Transmitter (Model CPT/TPRG/0-20MA/117AC/-C-RF [DIN]). The THZ unit we are replacing gets its power from the 4-20mA current loop while the CPT unit is going to be powered by 120Vac. Does the CPT need to be specified as "source" or "sink" to work as a drop-in replacement for the THZ unit?
Published: October 30, 2015
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