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Control Design Article Highlights Changing Role of Remote I/O

Control Design Article Highlights Changing Role of Remote I/O
Control Design recently took a look at the current state of remote I/O. Contributing Editor Hank Hogan suggests that remote I/O is becoming “smaller, faster, customizable and intelligent” thanks to innovations within the industry.
Published: June 8, 2015

NCS NET Concentrator System Online Demo Puts You In Control

NCS NET Concentrator System Online Demo Puts You In Control
Are you curious to see just how easy it is to configure and control the NCS NET Concentrator System® from Moore Industries? Now you can take the reins of a remote I/O system yourself from your own computer no matter where you are in the world.

Published: June 4, 2015

Measuring Discrete Inputs Using the BULLET and the TCM

Measuring Discrete Inputs Using the BULLET and the TCM
Having a WirelessHART gateway available provides end users with many potential uses. One of them is in moving discrete inputs via the WirelessHART gateway in a simple and affordable manner. This can be easily accomplished using the unique capabilities of Moore Industries’ TCM Temperature Concentrator Monitor and the BULLET WirelessHART Adapter.
Published: May 28, 2015

The HCS as a Diagnostic Tool

The HCS as a Diagnostic Tool

We know it is easier for many customers to communicate using MODBUS RTU protocol than HART protocol and that makes the HCS HART® Concentrator System a very popular tool.

We also know customers want more diagnostic information so they can access the health of their processes and instrumentation. HART Command 48 is what the industry and the HCS uses to retrieve diagnostic information from the HART slave device, whether that is a transmitter or a valve positioner. The HCS will not implement Command 48 unless you turn on that feature by checking “Acquire Additional Status” on the HART tab of the configuration software.

Published: May 18, 2015

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Accurate Differential Temperature Readings

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Accurate Differential Temperature Readings

Q: How do I measure differential temperature very accurately?

A: Whenever accuracy is the goal you want to start with RTDs (temperature range permitting). Many temperature transmitters will accept two RTDs and output the difference between the two inputs. However, if you look closely you will find they only make 3-wire RTD measurements and you may have errors and drifts due to wire length and corrosion build up over time.

Published: April 1, 2015
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