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EHELP: Temperature Measurements in Liquid

EHELP: Temperature Measurements in Liquid

Q: We want three 100 ohm, .00385 Alpha RTDs to measure heated glucose in railroad cars. We heat the glucose to 140-150°F, and want to use a 5-foot long flexible sensor with a head on top containing a terminal strip. We also want to run flexible conduit from the head with copper wire for easy replacement access. We can fabricate a bracket that would span the midway above the railcar that supports the housings and includes holes that allow the flexible RTDs to drop down for installation. What do you offer that is a fit for our application?

Published: June 28, 2016

Functional Safety Problem Solver Application Notes from Moore Industries

Functional Safety Problem Solver Application Notes from Moore Industries
When you add a single safety loop, have a few points to isolate or need to augment a larger Safety Instrumented System, Problem Solver application examples can help. They provide an at-a-glance example intended to convey solutions for particular application scenarios. Along with our white papers, this series of Problem Solvers for Functional Safety can be a useful resource for your functional safety project. 

Published: June 21, 2016

EHELP: How do I protect the STA from external voltage surges?

EHELP: How do I protect the STA from external voltage surges?

Q: We want to install an
STA / HLPRG / 3PRG / U / -AO [DIN] into our process and plan to use 4-20mA output loop voltage sourced by a DCS for the analog output, however this voltage may fault at up to 132 VAC. Should we design in fuse protection to the external voltage circuit upstream of the STA to protect it from these surges? Or does the STA include features that protect it from these faults?

Published: June 14, 2016

Update on Moore Industries Battery Lifing Comparison on its THZ and BULLET WirelessHART Adapter

Update on Moore Industries Battery Lifing Comparison on its THZ and BULLET WirelessHART Adapter

On June 13, 2014, Moore Industries began a battery lifing comparison pairing up the BULLET WirelessHART Adapter and the THZ Dual Head Smart HART Temperature Transmitter. The purpose of the test was to identify how much longer battery life could be conserved if a THZ was configured only to turn on when a measurement was required versus keeping the transmitter on non-stop. 

Published: June 13, 2016

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Upstream/Extraction

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Upstream/Extraction

Moore Industries has been around a long time and serves numerous industries. Over the years, we have accumulated a broad spectrum of information and resources. In response to suggestions by our reps and customers, we have created the new Industries section on our website to make finding industry-related information easier. With one click you are now able to directly access information relevant to your industry instead of having to search through the website. You can also save this bookmark to go straight to the new section: www.miinet.com/industries

Published: June 10, 2016
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