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Moore Industries believes it is of vital importance to have third-party SIS evaluation for plant safety provided by a company with global coverage and reputation. Earlier designs for process control and safety systems typically used "good engineering practices and experience" as their guidelines....
CPMS is an economical cathodic protection monitoring system
Moore Industries believes it is of vital importance to have third-party SIS evaluation for plant safety provided by a company with global coverage and reputation.
This whitepaper, written by Vince Marchant, a senior application engineer at Moore Industries, describes how Modbus works, and how it can be used in new and legacy process control and automation systems.
In this white paper, Gary Prentice of Moore Industries covers how to use alarm trips to monitor a process and activate a warning or shutdown in the event of an undesirable high or low process condition.
NI draws from decades of experience in automated test to forecast trends based on its business relationships, internal expertise and third-party research
2019 Readers' Choice Awards results are in, here's a peek at the winners for the Infrastructure category.
Executive Editor Jim Montague Takes a Look at White Papers from Moore Industries International and Pepperl+Fuchs on Recent Innovations in Intrinsic Safety
Temperature and pressure sensors, transmitters and other solutions push against constraints with new capabilities and operating limits.
Eric Cosman and Charles Moore named as the latest inductees who have shown a willingness to share, promote and disseminate their knowledge and ability to the benefit of others in the profession, the next generation, and to society as a whole.
Just Like Distributed Control, Distributed Safety Is Coming Soon to a Process Plant Near You, Maybe Your Own
Manufacturing Companies Are Looking to Reduce Costs
New Capabilities, Native Integration Continue to Extend the Reach of HART Communication
Achieving Interoperability and Interchangeability in HART 7 Is the Goal of the HART Device Registration Process
This Month's RoundUps Are Our Guide to the Good Stuff
Interoperable, Backward-Compatible, Future-Proofed, WirelessHART Is a Powerful and Flexible Industrial Wireless Standard
Paradigm shifts are occurring in the PLC, PAC and industrial computer environment.
Control's Resource Guide on Fieldbus
Many Plants Are Using HART Technology Only Once or Twice a Year. You Can No Longer Afford to Do This
The Latest Hardware Applications and Software to Get Your Information Under Control
Developers bake capabilities into their industrial power supplies that give users precise electricity profiles in small spaces.
Wireless I/O systems are gaining in popularity as plant operators understand the benefits of costs, reliability and flexibility associated with switching from traditional wiring. In this video, journalist and industry expert Peter Welander shows how the WNM Wireless Network Module from Moore ...