Moore Industries Offers Smart HART Dual Input Temperature Transmitters

Transmitters feature durability, reliability and new features

By FieldComm Group

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Moore Industries Product Photo 250 compressorThe THZ3 and TDZ3 mark the next generation of Smart HART temperature transmitters from Moore Industries. They feature our industry-leading durability and reliability combined with new features that increase usability and functionality including a new dual sensor input.

These transmitters provide an isolated and linear 4-20mA output proportional to input and configure easily to accept a direct signal input from a wide array of sensors and analog devices. You can build custom curves with up to 128 points for non-standard or special inputs.

Dual Input

Dual sensor input means that you get backup and fail-over protection because the transmitters allow either of the sensors or inputs to be designated as the primary measurement and the secondary input acting as a backup sensor in case of primary sensor failure. Unlike other dual input transmitters the THZ3 and TDZ3 offer auto-recovery after a fail-over event by automatically re-designating the new sensor as the PV without operator intervention. More dual input features:

  • Average and Differential measurement
  • High-Select and Low-Select
  • Dynamic Variable Mapping

Advanced Control and Monitoring

The THZ3 and TDZ3 come with Device Intelligence, a series of features for smarter control and monitoring including sensor drift, corrosion detection, smart range alarms and a high availability option.

For more information, please visit the Moore Industries website.

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