Yokogawa, Moore ink preferred vendor agreement

10/18/2005



Under a recent agreement, Moore Industries' HIM HART loop interface and monitor (above) will be offered with Yokogawa's HART multivariable transmitters and flowmeters.

North Hills, CAYokogawa Electric Corp . and Moore Industries-International Inc . have signed a global preferred vendor agreement to offer Moore Industries' HIM HART loop interface and monitor with Yokogawa's HART multivariable transmitters and flowmeters.
Yokogawa will sell the application solutions realized when its mass flow instruments are used in combination with the Moore device. Moore Industries will provide sales, marketing, and application support for the HIM (HART Interface Module) to Yokogawa's worldwide distribution channels.

The HIM is most often specified with Yokogawa's EJX910A HART multivariable transmitter and digitalYewflo HART multivariable vortex flowmeter when interface with a non-HART communicating control system is required. Installed transparently across the transmitter's 4-20-mA HART loop, the HIM extracts up to three of the smart transmitter's process variable measurements (such as mass flow, differential pressure, static pressure, or process temperature) by reading the HART digital data that rides on the loop wires. It converts the digital data to isolated analog (4-20 mA) signals ready to direct input to a non-HART communicating DCS or PLC.

—Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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