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The New Signal Transmission, Isolation and Conversion Solutions Line Card is On the Website

The New Signal Transmission, Isolation and Conversion Solutions Line Card is On the Website
Moore Industries announces the new Isolators Line Card, designed to give you a quick overview of the spectrum of isolators and converters that we offer. Our line of Signal Isolators, Converters and Splitters protect your process by converting, isolating, splitting, boosting and stepping down process signals so field instruments can interface directly with indicators, recorders, Safety Systems, DCS, PLC, Asset Management, Control and SCADA systems.
Published: June 20, 2016

Moore Industries: A History of Innovation and Safety

Moore Industries: A History of Innovation and Safety

Moore Industries was founded in 1968 by Leonard W. Moore, who is still chairman of the board and has daily presence at the company’s North Hills, CA, headquarters. The company started out as a three-person operation in a garage in California, and now has offices worldwide in Australia, Belgium, China, The Netherlands and The United Kingdom. It is one of the last independent, privately owned instrument companies left in North America. 

Published: April 22, 2016

Get the PACTware Information You Need at Our Resource Center

Get the PACTware Information You Need at Our Resource Center
Moore Industries has integrated PACTware into the range of monitoring and configuration options available with products including the STZ Functional Safety Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitter and the THZ3 and TDZ3 Dual Input Smart HART Temperature Transmitters. Learn more about how to use PACTware by visiting our PACTware Resource Center.
Published: October 12, 2015

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
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