Multi-run flow computer

AutoExec multi-run flow computer from Thermo Electron Corp. reportedly measures and controls the flow of natural gas products on 32 lines simultaneously and calculates flow rate at 10 times a sec. Powered by a 32-bit Freescale Coldfire processor, which calculates at 300 million instructions per sec, the unit is designed to solve complicated mathematical equations rapidly and accurately.

11/01/2006


Process Control/Instrumentation

AutoExec multi-run flow computer from Thermo Electron Corp. reportedly measures and controls the flow of natural gas products on 32 lines simultaneously and calculates flow rate at 10 times a sec. Powered by a 32-bit Freescale Coldfire processor, which calculates at 300 million instructions per sec, the unit is designed to solve complicated mathematical equations rapidly and accurately. The computer is easy to operate and requires no programming. Features include an embedded Web server, USB connectivity, NEMA 4X enclosure, and multiple surge protection schemes. www.thermo.com

Thermo Electron Corp.





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