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Operating Manual TEMP WM-DM
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Flyer RHT Climate
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The HART Communication Protocol
Communication with machinery and control and measuring instruments is the basis of industrial automation. The simplest, most robust and oldest communication technique implemented is a current loop with a normal range of 4 mA to 20 mA. However, the obvious disadvantage is that a single loop allows only one-way communication from a sensor to an actuator. Developed in the mid-1980s, the HART ™ (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) protocol allows two-way communication of additional information - in addition to the normal process variables - between intelligent field devices.
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Operating Manual NP785
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Approval of calibration certificates and Permissible Error Limits - a process approach
It is not uncommon to find in the Quality or the Instrumentation environment those who are concerned with the calibration certificate or with a calibration certificate that is expiring on a certain date, always focusing on to be approved on some evaluation or audit. But does the calibration certificate alone guarantee the reliability of the process?
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Electronic Device Description
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CE - D.O.C. NP785
CE Declaration of Conformidity.
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Operating Manual Pressure Transmitter 699
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Modbus TCP and its Client-Server model and MQTT and its Publish-Subscribe model
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 wireless devices, new necessities - that make difficult to use the Client-Server model – have arrived. What are the possible alternatives? Written by our Project Coordinator Fabio Coelho de Souza, this article brings us some ideas.
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Operating Manual TM-619/ TM-6331
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Communication Manual DigiRail-4C
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Capacitive touch panel NXview - commercial flyer
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Statement on Conflict Materials
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Operating Manual Stabilis
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RHT Climate Measuring Tips
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