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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

Get Warnings on Sensor Resistance Level Increases With the THZ3 and TDZ3

Get Warnings on Sensor Resistance Level Increases With the THZ3 and TDZ3
Under normal conditions, the loop resistance of a thermocouple will gradually change with temperature. However, exposure to extreme high temperatures can cause the resistance to increase at a substantial rate. This can be a sign of several issues within your sensor. For example, high temperatures can release impurities and chemicals within the thermocouple wire insulation that diffuses into the thermocouple metal and changes its characteristics. This can possibly lead to resistance increases as the thermocouple insulation material is breaking down.
Published: August 7, 2015

E-HELP: Single Point or Multidrop Configurations of the HCS

E-HELP: Single Point or Multidrop Configurations of the HCS

Q: We are interested in your HCS HART Concentrator System. What are the options for converting a single HART transmitter or for converting 16 transmitters with one unit?

Published: August 5, 2015

Know Your Corrosion Protection Is Working With the CPMS

Know Your Corrosion Protection Is Working With the CPMS
In May, California's largest oil spill in 25 years occurred when at least 101,000 gallons of crude oil spilled out of a pipeline near Santa Barbara. While the cause of the rupture is still unknown, federal investigators found that almost 80 percent of the pipeline had been worn down due to corrosion near the point where the break happened. This accident highlighted the need to take steps to mitigate the impact of corrosion on pipelines and other sites.
Published: July 27, 2015
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