Moore Industries is proud to announce it has won Control Engineering 2017 Engineers’ Choice Awards for Process Safety, Intrinsic Safety category with the SPA 2 IS Programmable Alarm Trip with Intrinsically-Safe (IS) Field Connections. The award will be presented at the 2017 Engineering Awards Manufacturing dinner on Monday, April 3, 2017, at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel.
Moore Industries has focused on protecting people, plants, and the environment since its 1968 founding as part of an overall effort to help customers in the chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas extraction and refining, and pharmaceutical industries by creating products that monitor, control, and measure signals in hazardous areas. The company strives to produce the best alarm solutions that significantly reduce wiring, installation and maintenance costs. The SPA 2 IS is a combination alarm trip and temperature transmitter that includes built-in intrinsically-safe field connections for current/voltage, thermocouple, and resistance temperature detectors (RTDs).
For facilities that employ intrinsic safety measures, the SPA 2 IS is a cost effective and complete alarm solution that includes intrinsically-safe field connections, providing the necessary protection typically afforded by a galvanically isolated intrinsically safe barrier. The SPA 2 IS decreases wiring and maintenance costs by enabling users to eliminate additional barriers and power supplies, reducing space requirements and heat dissipation or cooling considerations in barrier marshalling cabinets.
The SPA 2 IS 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. The SPA 2 IS is site and PC programmable using Moore Industries’ free Intelligent PC Configuration Software.
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