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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

E-HELP: Concentrating Temperature Readings with the NCS

E-HELP: Concentrating Temperature Readings with the NCS
Q: I want to transmit temperature readings from 44 different four-wire RTDs over MODBUS using your TMZ PC-Programmable MODBUS Temperature and Signal Transmitter. Can I use the EMM Ethernet/MODBUS Interface Module of the NCS NET Concentrator System® to concentrate the outputs of the TMZ? I would like to have the EMM configured as a MODBUS RTU Master and the TMZs as MODBUS RTU Slaves and then output from the EMM as a MODBUS/TCP to my control system. Can this all be done?
Published: April 21, 2015

E-HELP: The Fault Alarm on the STA

E-HELP: The Fault Alarm on the STA
Q: Could you let me know the specific instances where the Fault Alarm trips on the STA Safety Trip Alarm are used?
Published: April 21, 2015

E-HELP: Filtering Out AC Noise

E-HELP: Filtering Out AC Noise
Q: Do you have or do you know of a product that will filter out AC noise on an unshielded pair of wires carrying a 4-20mA signal over a distance of approximately 400 feet?
Published: April 14, 2015

Use the SSX to Pass Critical HART Information

Use the SSX to Pass Critical HART Information
A plant upgraded to new Smart HART® field transmitters but was still using their original field-mounted isolators. This meant that engineers in the control room were unable to access the HART transmitters – mitigating the benefits of performing the upgrade.
Published: April 10, 2015
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