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Moore Industries releases transmitters with removable electronics and switch-selectable output

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article image IPH2/IPX2 Current-to-Pressure (I/P) transmitters

Leading manufacturer of instrumentation for the process control industry, Moore Industries has released a new version of its IPH2/IPX2 Current-to-Pressure (I/P) transmitters.

Along with updated certifications, the IPH2/IPX2 transmitters feature 22 direct and reverse output ranges, with switch-selectable reverse output standard on the IPX2.

A removable electronics module is another new feature on the IPX2. In certain abnormal conditions, a liquid ‘slug’ can enter the air or gas supply of the IPX2. The removable electronics module speeds up the recovery process by allowing the liquid to drain more efficiently. When the removable electronics module is combined with the clog-resistant filtered nozzle and orifice that protects against clogging caused by internal debris, the result is a product that is easier to maintain and less prone to malfunctions caused by unwanted material entering into the system.

The two-wire (loop-powered) IPH2 and IPX2 transmitters accept a current signal from a DCS, PLC or other control system and convert it into a pneumatic signal to provide precise, proportional control of valves, actuators and other pneumatically-controlled devices.

Both transmitters meet NEMA Type 4X requirements; the IPX2 can be additionally installed in explosion-proof environments, making it a popular choice for oil and gas applications in hazardous settings.

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