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RTI-4 Datasheet Presents Mounting Options for The WORM

RTI-4 Datasheet Presents Mounting Options for The WORM

One of the advantages of the WORM Flexible Temperature Sensors is that they can be mounted in so many different ways. This is especially true if you need a skin (surface) temperature measurement. Moore Industries offers a variety of ways that you can clamp, bolt, weld or magnetically affix a WORM anywhere that a skin temperature measurement is needed.

Now you can access one datasheet to help you unlock all of the different skin temperature measurement options available with the WORM. The new RTI-4 datasheet has all of the information you need to make the right choice for your application.

Published: April 2, 2015

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Accurate Differential Temperature Readings

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Accurate Differential Temperature Readings

Q: How do I measure differential temperature very accurately?

A: Whenever accuracy is the goal you want to start with RTDs (temperature range permitting). Many temperature transmitters will accept two RTDs and output the difference between the two inputs. However, if you look closely you will find they only make 3-wire RTD measurements and you may have errors and drifts due to wire length and corrosion build up over time.

Published: April 1, 2015

Mounting Options for the WORM

Mounting Options for the WORM

The WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor solves many installation problems associated with rigid temperature sensors. The WORM is simple to install and can be trimmed to fit into almost any application. It also can bend to accommodate awkward mounting positions and locations and it is completely embedded in the thermowell to ensure no outside influences affect the temperature measurements.

Multiple mounting possibilities are available which also help to make it easier to install the WORM in almost any application where a skin (surface) temperature measurement is required. The new RTI-4 datasheet highlights some of the mounting options that can help to solve real-world installation problems:

Published: March 19, 2015

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Wire-Wound Sensor Elements for Extreme Temperatures

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Wire-Wound Sensor Elements for Extreme Temperatures
Q: Do I need to order anything differently if I’m measuring cryogenic temperatures?

A: We are required to build a wire-wound element for accurate and stable readings for very low temperature (-10°F or lower) applications. Regular elements cannot perform at these extreme temperatures.

Published: March 17, 2015

Moore Industries Joins PACTware Consortium and Releases New DTM for THZ3/TDZ3

Moore Industries Joins PACTware Consortium and Releases New DTM for THZ3/TDZ3

Moore Industries is now a member of PACTware, a consortium dedicated to developing and maintaining manufacturer and fieldbus-independent software for operating field instruments. The company has integrated PACTware into the range of monitoring and configuration options available with the new THZ3 and TDZ3 Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitters.

Published: March 16, 2015
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