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Understanding the Basics of FDT Technology

Understanding the Basics of FDT Technology
Starting with the THZ3 and TDZ3, Moore Industries introduced a new way for our customers to configure our products. The transmitters are both HART and DTM (Device Type Manager) programmable, which means they can be easily programmed and interrogated from anywhere at any time on a 4-20mA loop. This can be done with a standard HART handheld communicator, a HART-compatible host or with any FDT (Field Device Tool)-compliant host or program such as PACTware (available for download at our website) utilizing Moore Industries’ DTM.
Published: June 10, 2015

Control Design Article Highlights Changing Role of Remote I/O

Control Design Article Highlights Changing Role of Remote I/O
Control Design recently took a look at the current state of remote I/O. Contributing Editor Hank Hogan suggests that remote I/O is becoming “smaller, faster, customizable and intelligent” thanks to innovations within the industry.
Published: June 8, 2015

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

Moore Industries White Paper Highlights Advantages of EMPHASIS Assessment for Designing and Configuring Nuclear-Related Products in the UK

Moore Industries White Paper Highlights Advantages of EMPHASIS Assessment for Designing and Configuring Nuclear-Related Products in the UK
The newly-released “Vetting Smart Instruments for the Nuclear Industry” white paper details how Moore Industries has designed and configured key products for nuclear safety-critical applications – particularly in the United Kingdom. Moore Industries’ early experience with the EMPHASIS assessment tool in the UK helped further refine the company’s approach to building products designed for functional safety and use in the global and UK nuclear industry.
Published: May 7, 2015

Save Money by Monitoring Peak Demand with the PWT

Save Money by Monitoring Peak Demand with the PWT
Controlling electricity costs is a major factor in the management of a manufacturing plant. It’s not uncommon for electrical utilities to charge a premium rate for power used during “peak” periods. If a manufacturing plant knows when these peak hours are, they can schedule major production for other time periods and save a significant amount of money.
Published: May 5, 2015
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