Posts Tagged ‘temperature sensor’

Temperature Measurement Accuracy and Reliability Educational Video

Posted in Temperature on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014. No comments yet
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In last week’s post, RTD or Thermocouple for Temperature Measurement?, we shared the first of several education videos on temperature measurement. Emerson’s team who manages the Rosemount Temperature products and services developed these videos. Here’s a link to the complete set of videos. In today’s post, I’ll highlight the 4:17 YouTube video, Temperature Insights – […]

Connecting Temperature Instrumentation to Control Systems

Posted in Services, Consulting & Training, Temperature on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013. No comments yet
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As technology advances, process automation professionals face a myriad of ways to connect instrumentation and final control elements to their control systems. Some ways include direct wiring, remote I/O, multiplexors, locally mounted transmitters, HART-enabled transmitters, Foundation fieldbus, and IEC 62591 WirelessHART. When it comes to direct wiring, some instrumentation, such as temperature measurement devices, have […]

RTD and Thermocouple Selection Considerations

Posted in Temperature on Monday, July 8th, 2013. No comments yet
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Instrumentation professionals have many choices in technology when it comes to measuring pressure, temperature, level, and flow. Over time, experience teaches which technologies work best for which applications. For those new to the instrumentation and process control world, the choices can seem overwhelming. From a temperature measurement view, Emerson’s Ashleigh Hayes has a great article […]