Moore Industries' Universal 535..¼ DIN PID Process Controller
Handles Batch and Continuous Processes
universal Single Loop PID Process Controller programs to monitor and control temperature,
pressure,level, flow and other analog variables for batch and continuous processes.
Available models provide an isolated analog (4-20mA or 0-20mA)
control signal output that is typically used to regulate a control valve or similar
final control element. Also available are models with alarm trip outputs that
can be used for on/off control or to warn of unwanted high/low conditions. Optional
RS-485 communications allows interface with
digital-communicating DCS, PLC
and PC-based SCADA systems.
Quick and easy setup is achieved using the
processor's large, back-lit keys and user-friendly menu prompts. This extra-bright
front panel display meets NEMA 4X requirements.
535's patented PowerTune® feature delivers pretuning, adaptive tuning,and
powerback anti-overshoot. PowerTune constantly analyzes the process and makes
modifications to the tuning parameters to ensure precise, long-term and stable
For more information, contact Moore Industries-International,
Inc., Telephone: (818) 894-7111; E-mail: email@example.com; Web Site: http://www.miinet.com
Links of Interest - July 2002Cryogenic
Temperature Sensor Vendors TMi
Management & Integration Services offering the TVO carbon-ceramic resistors
sensors with applications in all areas of cryogenic instrumentation and diagnostics.
Also distrubutes the Quickfield multi-physics analysis software suite in the UK.
Association of Energy Engineers
8000 member strong group that is concerned with electrical energy efficiency from
power generation to its use in lighting and HVAC. Lots of good links to certification
groups, instructional/education support and meeting of interest.
Kitchen Works (Philadelphia, PA-USA-In the heart of
The Italian Market!)
all kinds of Cooking, Candy, Jelly, Freezer & Fridge, Frothing and Fork thermometers,
plus about the most interesting and extensive web site on kitchen accessories
we have ever seen. If you are in Philly, this is a must visit! (A frothing thermometer,
by the way is used to gauge the correct temperature in frothing of the milk for
(We've had this site listed for quite a
while, but only recently went on the web and visited in person for a close-up.
For anyone interested in cooking, candy making, jelly making or just plain interested
in tools for preparing food!)
A unique science education site that features interesting
aspects of global temperatures, teaching aids and much more. from the USA government
Handbook of Chemistry & Physics
The original from CPC Publishing with a free trial offer that is hard to refuse
if you are just curious or absolutely need to know some critical scientific fact
or constant right now.
Temperatures- High Pressures
A refereed journal that specializes in the topics described by its name. Has long
been a source of excellent papers on high temperature topics in radiation thermometery--
a publication of Pion, Ltd ,
An awesome engineering resources site.
Information Resources Page
to and tons of downloads about thermocouples
Including thermocouple tables,
RTD tables and polynomials all in .pdf format - covers Thermocouples and much
more. Most of it very good stuff--From a big US manufacturer that sometimes modifies
its page links without notice! This is probably the last time we will use them
as a reference if they change again in the next year.
Links Page, and
Thermometers Vendors Page
Rudolph, Temperature Consultant ,
A new web site contains a brief but
excellent summary on just what
emissivity is in terms that the average technical person can understand.
He even gives some very practical advice on how to get a quick estimate of the
emissivity value. Please remember, you must measure carefully and because we have
no control over how careful you are or how well you follow his advice, any errors
you encounter are your responsibility not Rudy's or ours. Things are not always
as easy nor as simple as some brief suggestions may imply.
following pages have been converted to the new page format:
Information Resources Page
aid visitors in subscribing and unsubscribing to our e-Newsletter,
Month's Plan And New Contact Numbers
We expect to
be able to preview, if not fully present , a new look, feel and more interactive
web site for About Temperature Sensors by the beginning of September. Our
goal was to have it operational before the October start of the Eighth Temperature
Symposium, but work is advancing faster than originally planned, thanks to the
help of the experts at Anonymous Productions.
site design features more ways for users to inteact easily by suggesting new links
and having access to forums. For those who sign up as no-cost members, there are
additional features such as proposing content, commenting on content, viewing
the member list, access to site statistics and more. Drop in and check on our
progress; we think you'll be pleased with the new capabilities.
of Anonymous Productions, we are using space at their location to do the work
and can be reached during the week at their phone: 215-412-8210. In the meanwhile
our move to the Philadelphia area is going well; our direct telephone number has
changed to 215-275-9940.
and MORE SITE RANKINGS
to PR and Ad staffs in equipment and service companies:
Send us your new product, new staff, and related news releases, please and we'll
get them into our queue for release on the site and/or this newsletter.
below are the Alexa Web site rankings at the end of July and the preceeding
two months. The rose color indicates that a site became less popular during the
month, the green indicates more popular. The numbers provide a quantitative measure
of the site popularity according the Alexa ranking system. It is interesting to
note that the dominant color is still rose, but not as dominant as last month.
Surprisingly, several professional organizations web popularity continued to slide
but that the ISA seems to have continuous improvement program going as do web
sales outlet GlobalSpec and the Infrared thermal imaging and measurement companies
FLIR and IRCON. Meanwhile, some of the vendor ratings have shown huge drops in
web popularity over the last two months, notably Hart Scientific, Land Instruments,
Omega Engineering and Pyromation. It would be interesting to know if there were
any correlation with sales trends.
Plans to implement a special page with longer term and wider coverage of these
results have been shelved until the new site software is operational. For the
interim we shall continue a three month slice of this most interesting group of
Rating July 2002
Rating June 2002
Rating July 2002
Rating June 2002
companies can improve their visitor rate, sale and marketing operations, sales
communications and generate more orders through proper focus on their Web resources.
The Internet, especially the Web, is a revolutionary new marketing and business
tool. We are redesigning our site to demonstrate just what is possible in the
Web even for a small company.
Note from the above Alexa ratings, that this web site consistently acheives a
lower ranking (meaning it is more popular) than nearly all the vendors of temperature
sensors, with the major exceptions of GlobalSpec and Omega Engineering.