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E-HELP: 3-Wire Options with the WORM

E-HELP: 3-Wire Options with the WORM
Q: Does the WORM Flexible Sensor RTD have a 3-wire option? If not, can I eliminate the fourth wire by jumping two of the parallel wires together?
Published: September 3, 2015

DIN-Rail Adapter Offers Convenient Solution for Cabinet and Field Installations

DIN-Rail Adapter Offers Convenient Solution for Cabinet and Field Installations

Our new G-Type DIN-rail adapter allows any Top Hat 33mm DIN-rail instrument to be immediately installed on an existing G-Type 32mm DIN-rail. Check out the new video with step-by-step instructions on how to assemble and install this clever solution.

Published: September 1, 2015

535 Controller Can Take the Heat of Fire and Explosion

535 Controller Can Take the Heat of Fire and Explosion

Here's a quick story from Mark Kuhlman at Temco highlighting just how durable our products are - even in the most extreme conditions:

According to Mark, one of his clients had a coal mill explosion and fire in a plant where our 535 Controllers were in use. Fortunately, no one was injured, but damage to instrumentation and other equipment near the source of the incident was extensive.

Published: August 27, 2015

Boosting Signals With the ECT

Boosting Signals With the ECT
Q: I have an application where we are getting a very weak 4-20mA signal back to the pump control panel. Will using an ECT unit (model ECT/4-20MA/4-20MA/117AC-TX (ECD) help to boost my signal at all?
Published: August 25, 2015

E-HELP: Splitter Options Depending on Your Power Source

E-HELP: Splitter Options Depending on Your Power Source
Q: We have been using the ECT-DIN in our applications where we need to split one 4-20mA input to two outputs. The model number for our current units is ECT/4-20MA/2X4-20MA/117AC/DIN. We now need to split a signal to three outputs. Do you have a product that will help us to do this?
Published: August 13, 2015
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