Application Notes

How to Implement Smart Load Sharing with a Pump Controller Application Note

Defining the Problem: A local Public Utility District has a freshwater collection tank that sometimes fills rapidly and other times slowly. At times the main pump could not keep up and a backup pump must be turned on to keep up with the incoming water. The problem is that with the primary pump running most…

How to Monitor Temperature in a Production Furnace Application Note

Defining the Problem: A manufacturer of specialty furnaces needs to monitor their temperature control, provide warnings/alarms for temperature near fault conditions, and document consistent temperatures throughout the sintering process. System Requirements: The solution must take a signal from a thermocouple, have a display for real time visual feedback, record temperatures throughout the batch production for…

How to Wire a 2 or 4-Wire Current Input Module Application Note

Application Note: Current Input Wiring: 2-Wire & 4-Wire TT236 / SP236 / DT236 2/3-Wire Transmitters & Splitters TT336 / SP336 / DT336 4-Wire Transmitters & Splitters Featured Products: DT236: Current / milliVolt Input Two-Wire Dual Transmitter DT336: Current / Voltage Input Four-Wire Dual Transmitter SP236: Two-Wire Current / milliVolt Input Signal Splitter SP336: Four-Wire Current…

How to Keep Heat in Check with Conduction Cooling Application Note

Current application demands of PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC) modules have grown from the simple addition of I/O and low-level communications to the servicing and off-loading of high performance software defined radio (SDR), digital signal processing (DSP), co-processing, and now re-configurable FPGA-based computing with gigabit interfaces. This trend of putting more and more processing power on…

How to Connect Acromag Series 9xxEN Modules Via RadioLinx Ethernet Modems

Objective: The purpose of this document is to provide a procedure for connecting an Acromag Series 9xxEN I/O Module to an existing network via RadioLinx Ethernet Modems. Background – IP Addresses Any TCP/IP packet contains two addresses: a unique fixed MAC address, and a unique IP address. To communicate on the Internet, computers must have…