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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

TCS Handles Up to 32 Measurements...And More

TCS Handles Up to 32 Measurements...And More
Moore Industries’ TCS Temperature Concentrator System is an ideal solution for low-cost temperature measurements. At its heart is the 16-channel, loop-powered (2-wire) TCM Temperature Concentrator Module. When two TCM modules are used in a TCS, up to 32 signals can be monitored over one twisted wire pair. The TCM is approved for use in hazardous areas (Div 2/Zone 2 and Div 1/Zone 0/1) and can be used with an HMC (HART to MODBUS RTU Converter) when communication with a MODBUS RTU master is required.

Published: September 15, 2015

DIN-Rail Adapter Offers Convenient Solution for Cabinet and Field Installations

DIN-Rail Adapter Offers Convenient Solution for Cabinet and Field Installations

Our new G-Type DIN-rail adapter allows any Top Hat 33mm DIN-rail instrument to be immediately installed on an existing G-Type 32mm DIN-rail. Check out the new video with step-by-step instructions on how to assemble and install this clever solution.

Published: September 1, 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

Precision Time Synchronizing Using GPS and SNTP Servers

Precision Time Synchronizing Using GPS and SNTP Servers
When precision synchronizing of time is required on your processes, automatically coordinate all of your activities using Moore Industries’ NCS NET Concentrator System time sync features.
Published: July 29, 2015
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