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Get the Most Out of Your HART Devices

Get the Most Out of Your HART Devices

A study by the ARC Advisory Group in 2011 showed that 46 percent of all field devices installed worldwide communicate using the HART protocol. This is more than all fieldbus devices, proprietary protocols and 4-20 mA (analog/non-smart) combined. There’s a good chance that you are have HART-enabled devices in use at your plant or off-site location. The question is: are you getting the most from HART?

Published: July 17, 2015

E-HELP: Splitting and Isolating Output Signals to Passive Receivers

E-HELP: Splitting and Isolating Output Signals to Passive Receivers
Q: I need a 4-wire isolator and want to see if your MIT Multi-Channel Signal Isolator will work in my application. I have several 4-wire transmitters where I need to split and isolate the output signal to receivers that are passive (not powered). Will the MIT work provided that I supply 24Vdc power to the unit?
Published: July 1, 2015

Moore Industries Technology Reduces Legwork at Pulp and Paper Site

Moore Industries Technology Reduces Legwork at Pulp and Paper Site
State regulations required a major pulp and paper company to monitor and record daily effluent water rates. This requirement was being fulfilled by sending an employee from their main control site to a remotely located pond three times a day to manually record water levels. This process was inefficient, time-consuming and didn’t provide them with real-time data.
Published: June 29, 2015

Get Tips on Temperature Measurement Accuracy From New White Paper

Get Tips on Temperature Measurement Accuracy From New White Paper
For many temperature applications, getting a high level of accuracy is vital. A new white paper from Moore Industries highlights how plant and site engineers can ensure the most accurate temperature measurement for critical applications. Available for download from the Moore Industries website, “A Practical Guide to Improving Temperature Measurement Accuracy details steps that can also help end users improve the stability of their measurements and reduce calibration costs.
Published: June 25, 2015

E-HELP: Differential Temperature Measurement with Two RTDs

E-HELP: Differential Temperature Measurement with Two RTDs

Q: I am looking for a differential temperature transmitter. We have used the SPT in the past and know that it will work, but I don’t know if you can use two inputs of two different 4-wire RTDs with the SPT.

A: The SPT has only four input terminals; therefore the number of RTD wires is limited. For differential temperature one RTD can be a 3-wire and the other RTD can only be a 2-wire. The lead length compensation wire of the 3-wire connection compensates for the lead length of both RTDs. This is only useful if you make sure that all five wires have the identical resistance.

Published: June 16, 2015
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