Programmable alarm trips for process, chemical applications
Moore Industries' SPA2IS programmable alarm trips with built-in intrinsically-safe (IS) field connections monitor, control, and measure signals in hazardous areas have an alarm solution that significantly reduces wiring, installation and maintenance costs.
Moore Industries’ SPA2IS programmable alarm trips with built-in intrinsically-safe (IS) field connections are designed for the chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas extraction & refining and pharmaceutical industries. They monitor, control, and measure signals in hazardous areas and have an alarm solution to reduce wiring, installation and maintenance costs. The SPA2IS is a combination alarm trip and temperature transmitter solution that includes built-in intrinsically-safe field connections for current/voltage, resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), and thermocouple.
The SPA2IS features intrinsically-safe field connections and enables users to eliminate additional barriers and power supplies, which help reduce space requirements and heat dissipation or cooling considerations in barrier marshaling cabinets. The SPA2IS is powered by a universal ac/dc power supply and provides on/off control, warns of unwanted process conditions, alarms on rate of change, and assists with or performs emergency shutdowns. It also has 20-bit input resolution for increased accuracy for both sensor (RTD and thermocouple) and analog (current/voltage) inputs. It is site- and PC-programmable and has a 5-digit process and status readout, which shows the process variable, the output, or toggles between the two in selectable engineering units.
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