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EHELP: What is the maximum impedance that the output of an output loop powered ECT-DIN can drive?

EHELP: What is the maximum impedance that the output of an output loop powered ECT-DIN can drive?
Q. What is the maximum impedance that the output of an output loop powered ECT-DIN can drive?
Published: April 27, 2017

EHELP: Can the ECT-DIN, be configured for a 4-20mA input and 4-12mA split range output?

EHELP: Can the ECT-DIN, be configured for a 4-20mA input and 4-12mA split range output?

Q. Can the ECT-DIN, configured for 4-20mA input and 4-20mA output, be calibrated to give 4-12mA output when the input is 4-20mA so that the output is 1/2 the input? We have a radio I/O signal that is scaled to 4-20mA for 0-65, 535raw units. When sent to the PLC over Modbus, it can't be read properly since the maximum register value size for the PLC is limited to 32767.
Published: March 29, 2017

EHELP: Signal Isolator With an Input of 0-5VDC

EHELP: Signal Isolator With an Input of 0-5VDC

Q. We are looking for a signal isolator with an input of 5VDC and an output of 4-20mA, output loop powered with a 12-42vDC supply range. Can the ECT-DIN do this?

Published: February 28, 2017

EHELP: Application for an Analog Splitter

EHELP: Application for an Analog Splitter

Q. I have an application that requires an analog splitter. The single input signal to the splitter comes from a transducer, and the transducer requires loop power. The two outputs are going to an active analog monitoring card on a PLC, which provides power to the connected 4-20mA signals. Is the ECT what I need?

Published: February 9, 2017

Moore Industries Spotlight: Alarms

Moore Industries Spotlight: Alarms

Moore Industries has been designing and manufacturing alarms since 1968 (read our recent blog on our presence in the process instrumentation industry: Moore Industries: A History of Innovation and Safety). Our alarms have evolved from simple high/low logic devices to highly flexible PC-programmable devices extending into IEC 61508 Functional Safety and Intrinsically-Safe (IS) methods of protection. To learn about Moore Industries’ alarm products, visit our Limit Alarm Trips and Switches Product Information Page.

Published: May 20, 2016
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