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THZ3 & TDZ3 Smart HART Temperature Transmitter Replaces Retired THZ2 & TDZ2

THZ3 & TDZ3 Smart HART Temperature Transmitter Replaces Retired THZ2 & TDZ2

Moore Industries’ release of the THZand TDZ3, our next gen Smart HART temperature transmitters, officially replaced the retired THZand TDZ2 product lines. 

Moore Industries is no longer building or fulfilling orders placed for the THZand TDZ2, offering the THZ3 and TDZ3 in their place.

The 3rd generation temperature transmitters continue to offer our industry leading durability and reliability and introduce several new features that increase usability and functionality. The most significant feature is the new dual sensor input.

Published: April 15, 2016

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Our 3-Wire RTDs Drift and Require us to Recalibrate our Temperature Transmitters

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Our 3-Wire RTDs Drift and Require us to Recalibrate our Temperature Transmitters

Q. We have been using 3-wire RTDs in our process for years and are required to check the calibration once every 6 months. Each time we have checked the sensors we’ve noticed they have drifted. This requires us to re-calibrate our temperature transmitters. Do you have something you can suggest to help us reduce the drifting problem we regularly see in these sensors?

Published: April 13, 2016

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: What Thermowell and Thermocouple Type Should I Use with my High Temperature Application?

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: What Thermowell and Thermocouple Type Should I Use with my High Temperature Application?

Q. I have a temperature application that requires a 12-inch thermowell which can withstand a high temperature of 2,000°F. Most of what we have been using becomes brittle and breaks off at the tip. What would you suggest we use, and what type of sensors do you have that will work for us?

Published: March 30, 2016

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Measuring Bearing Temperature with a Surface Mounted Sensor

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Measuring Bearing Temperature with a Surface Mounted Sensor

Q. We want to measure bearing temperature in our motors to alert us of overheating. We have used a type of sensor which inserts into the side of the motor, but they leak and fail often. We would like to put something on the surface of the motor outside of the bearing housing, but we do not want something welded to the housing. What can you suggest?

Published: March 16, 2016

EHELP: Using the TRY or RBX to Get Temperature Measurements of Generator Windings

EHELP: Using the TRY or RBX to Get Temperature Measurements of Generator Windings
Q: We have been using your SPA series temperature transmitters in our hydroelectric power plants with excellent results. These devices have high protection against electromagnetic interference. We would like to purchase temperature transmitters for head mounting and rail mounting that have the same high level of isolation and protection against electromagnetic interference. The sensors are Cu10 three wires and they give the temperature of generator windings in the hydroelectric power plant.
Published: February 8, 2016
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