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New Problem Solver Highlights Backup and Fail-Over Protection of STZ

New Problem Solver Highlights Backup and Fail-Over Protection of STZ
The SIL 3-capable STZ Functional Safety Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitter has several features designed to reduce process interruptions safely in your SIS. One of the most important is the new dual sensor input that allows for Backup and Fail-Over Protection, which is the topic of a new Problem Solver on the Moore Industries website.

Published: October 19, 2015

Watch New Video Highlighting Key Features of the STZ

Watch New Video Highlighting Key Features of the STZ
Moore Industries has released a new video highlighting the features of our new STZ Functional Safety Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitter family. You can view the video at our Interface Solution Video Library or watch it below:
Published: October 16, 2015

Universal Power Supply Added to STA

Universal Power Supply Added to STA
The STA Safety Trip Alarm datasheet and installation manuals have been updated. The new change reflects the addition of a Universal power supply to the unit. Previously, customers needed to select either a 24DC or UAC power supply. The new Universal power supply accepts any power input range between 21.6-375Vdc or 90-260Vac.
Published: October 5, 2015

New STZ Functional Safety Smart HART Temperature Transmitter Features Dual Input Sensor

New STZ Functional Safety Smart HART Temperature Transmitter Features Dual Input Sensor
Moore Industries has released the SIL 3-capable STZ Functional Safety Smart HART Temperature Transmitter family. Part of the FS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY SERIES, the STZ is a dependable and accurate temperature transmitter for use in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) where dangerous processes occur. The STZ has been certified by exida after rigorous evaluation to ensure conformance with strict IEC 61508:2010 standards for safety-related applications.
Published: September 29, 2015

Avoid Measurement Errors with Sensor Drift Detection

Avoid Measurement Errors with Sensor Drift Detection
Sensor drift is a common problem that can lead to inaccurate temperature measurement readings. It can be caused by several factors including environmental contamination, vibration or extreme temperature fluctuations. Because this drift causes the measurement error to get worse over time, it’s not possible to calibrate out the error. Traditionally, reducing inaccurate measurements caused by sensor drift has meant undertaking a regular and time-consuming preventative maintenance calibration program.
Published: September 21, 2015
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