exida certifies moore industries isolator for functional safety #pauto #safety #sis @exida @miinet

And another functional safety certification:
EXIDA CERTIFIES MOORE INDUSTRIES SSX AND SST MODULES FOR FUNCTIONAL SAFETY

SELLERSVILLE, PA (August 6, 2013) -- exida, the global leader in functional safety certification for the process industries, has certified Moore Industries’ SSX and SST Safety Series isolator and splitter for functional safety, ensuring that they meet the functional safety requirements for Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 2 capability per IEC 61508:2010.

"Moore Industries continues their commitment to the functional safety market with another certification," said Dr. William Goble, exida Principal Engineer. "They have published a good FMEDA report and safety manual and have an excellent development process."

"We are confident using exida as our functional safety certification body as they offer in-depth technical expertise," said Tina Lockhart, Director of Engineering at Moore Industries-International, Inc. “Their policies regarding change control are tough but practical."

Moore Industries' new SSX and SST Safety Series isolators and splitters provide reliable isolation and signal conversion for critical loops in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS). These units also pass critical HART® data that may be needed by safety logic solvers or other auxiliary monitoring and asset management systems. Part of Moore Industries’ FS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY SERIES, the two-wire (loop powered) SSX and four-wire (line/mains powered) SST joins products from Moore Industries such as the STA Safety Trip Alarm and the SRM Safety Relay Module that have also been developed following the strict IEC 61508:2010 standards for safety-related applications.

More information on Moore Industries’ FS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY SERIES can be found at http://www.miinet.com/safetyseries/.

More information about exida certification can be found at www.exida.com.

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