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EHELP: HIX Minimum Output Value

EHELP: HIX Minimum Output Value

Q:  HIX Application - It appears that if the "Primary Master" loop (input loop side of the HIX) is broken or open circuited, the "Secondary" loop (output loop side of the HIX) will be 0mA.   Is this true?  Maybe I can put a zener across the primary process terminals to keep the current loop when the process opens? Also, are both or either loops bi-directional HART? I have a 4-20mA input signal that I'd like to share between two 4-20mA/HART process loops. Actually, we currently use another vendor's device to "split" one 4-20mA input to four process loops but it doesn't pass HART.

Published: August 9, 2016

New and Improved: "Alarm Trips: The Ups and Downs" Technical Paper

New and Improved: "Alarm Trips: The Ups and Downs" Technical Paper

Nowadays just having an effective alarm trip solution may not be enough.  Pushing forward in ways to protect life, community, environment and facilities, the process industry is experiencing dramatic increases in the need for functionally safe solutions. Moore Industries’ technical paper Alarm Trips: The Ups and Downs has been expanded with added material on this topic and more.


Published: August 8, 2016

Moore Industries Hits the Road with Major Products

Moore Industries Hits the Road with Major Products

Trade shows, conferences and other special events are great ways to connect with you. These events give you an opportunity to get a first-hand look at our key products along with the chance to ask us questions about how our instrumentation solutions can solve their real-world problems. Autumn 2016 looks to be a busy time for Moore Industries. We’ll be hitting the road with appearances at some of the largest events in the industry

Published: August 5, 2016

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Flexible RTD Sensors Needed for Cold and Hot Fluid Lines

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Flexible RTD Sensors Needed for Cold and Hot Fluid Lines
Q: I have a project for six RTD measurements that makes using standard fixed length sensors difficult because there is little clearance near the top of the thermowell for sensor insertion.  It looks like your “WORM Sensor” would be an ideal fit for the application because of its flexible design.  These RTD sensors need to be 100 or 1000 ohm platinum elements with Class A or 1/3 DIN accuracy ratings. They will be used to monitor chilled and hot water lines with min and max temperature limits of 30 F and 180 F.  Maximum insertion length in these ¼ inch ID thermowells is about 10 inches.  I noticed that your standard WORM length is 24 or 36 inches.  Are custom length WORM sensors available?  If so, what cost is associated with ordering multiple sensors at custom lengths?  Lastly, we usually request test data with all of our sensors and check them in our air bath or heat block calibration units.  Can you offer a test report or test data points with these WORM sensors?
Published: August 3, 2016

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Downstream/Refining

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Downstream/Refining

The new Industries section on the Moore Industries website makes finding industry-specific applications easier. With one click you can now directly access information relevant to your industry instead of having to search through the website. 

Published: June 30, 2016
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