Module minimizes safety instrumented system efforts

Spring House, Pa.— The Critical Analog Module (CAM) reduces efforts in implementing safety instrumented systems by integrating conventional 4-20 mA transmitters, and a variety of fire and gas detector sensors without writing any application or communication software. Using the NAMUR NE-43 standard, the CAM includes 32 software-configurable channels to monitor inputs from transmitters and...

10/01/1999


Spring House, Pa.— The Critical Analog Module (CAM) reduces efforts in implementing safety instrumented systems by integrating conventional 4-20 mA transmitters, and a variety of fire and gas detector sensors without writing any application or communication software. Using the NAMUR NE-43 standard, the CAM includes 32 software-configurable channels to monitor inputs from transmitters and detector systems, out-of-limit conditions, open- or short-circuit connections. The CAM is certified by Factory Mutual, the Canadian Standards Association for Class 1, Division 2 for hazardous areas, the American Bureau of Shipping for offshore and shipboard use, and Germany's TÜV organization has certified CAM for AK1-AK6 classes. Moore Process Automation





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