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NOVUS introduces TxIsoRail-HRT, a temperature transmitter that brings the robustness and reliability of NOVUS devices combined with the HART® protocol certification, recognized worldwide as an industry communication standard for smart field devices.
The great differential of TxIsoRail-HRT is to allow full configuration through the two-wire current loop 4-20 mA, which means more features for setting up and monitoring the device. With input-output electrical isolation, this transmitter supports voltage surges up to 1.5 kVrms.
The HART® protocol emerged in the 1980s to allow two-way communication beyond the normal process variables. It is currently widely distributed and supported by more than 40 million field instruments, making TxIsoRail-HRT a versatile and flexible product with consistent and stable communication. TxIsoRail-RHT can be configured by NOVUS configurators and HART®-certified software and interfaces, which provides compatibility between HART® devices from different manufacturers.
Does the calibration certificate alone guarantee the reliability of the process? Without a more systemic analysis it does not ensure suitability for an evaluation process, nor does it ensure a high level of quality for your product. Just certify that your equipment has been compared to a reference standard. The correct use of statistical techniques and a standards-based analysis can help make metrology a revenue-generating activity for the company.
The world's largest trade fair will take place from April 1st to 5th. NOVUS will be exhibiting in hall 11, stand D28, and the visitation can be made from 9am to 6pm local time.
After more than 10 years ahead of the commercial team in the Brazilian market, Valerio Galeazzi becomes the European Market Director
Attending DistribuTECH, an event focused on the energetic market, Fábio Pfeiffer says that the use of new technologies is already a reality but there is still a lot to do in this conservative segment.
The Modbus TCP protocol has been used for years in automation applications. However, with the advent of concepts such as Industry 4.0, IoT and geographically distributed wireless devices, new necessities - that make difficult to use Modbus TCP and its Client-Server model – have arrived. To help solving data communication in applications where the Client-Server model does not, this article presents the Publish-Subscribe model used in MQTT, a protocol widely used in IoT solutions.
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