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The WORM Adds Value Beyond Flexibility

The WORM Adds Value Beyond Flexibility
The original goal when creating the WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor was to provide a sensor that could be cut in the field to accommodate various size wells and assemblies. Experience has proven this design helps with other obstacles in the field:
Published: May 13, 2015

E-HELP: Splitting an RTD or Thermocouple Input

E-HELP: Splitting an RTD or Thermocouple Input
Q: We are looking to take an RTD or thermocouple signal input and output it to two 4-20mA outputs. We also could take the same temperature input and output the same signal twice. What are our options?
Published: May 12, 2015

New Video Tutorial On the Use of PACTware with the THZ3 and TDZ3 Now Online

New Video Tutorial On the Use of PACTware with the THZ3 and TDZ3 Now Online

Moore Industries has released a new video showing how PACTware has been integrated into the range of monitoring and configuration options available with the new THZ3 and TDZ3 Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitters. In the video below, Moore Industries’ Customer Service Director Bob Croughwell walks viewers through the steps needed to setup and monitor transmitters with PACTware.

Published: April 30, 2015

WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor Works in a Variety of Applications

WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor Works in a Variety of Applications
The WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor truly is flexible in a number of ways. Not only does it bend to accommodate awkward mounting positions and locations but it also comes with a myriad of mounting options. The new RTI-4 datasheet highlights some of the most common applications for the WORM:
Published: April 28, 2015

Moore Industries Updates THZ3 and TDZ3 Datasheet

Moore Industries Updates THZ3 and TDZ3 Datasheet

Moore Industries has released an update to the THZ3 and TDZ3 Dual Input Smart HART Transmitter Datasheet. The THZ3 DIN unit now has Non-Incendive/Div 2 approval for use in the United States and Canada.  This allows the THZ3 DIN unit to be installed in hazardous field locations closer to the process.

Published: April 27, 2015
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