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Ethernet Application Note for Measuring Temperature Newsletter

How to Measure Temperature with High-density Ethernet New BusWorks® NT Series modular design provides an expandable system solution for temperature signals. The NT Series offers a broad variety of remote I/O options. Nine I/O configurations are available as either NTE Network module or NTX expansion I/O modules. For temperature monitoring, a thermocouple input model supports…

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New XMC FPGA Modules offer Enhanced Security with Write-Protected Configuration Memory Newsletter

New XMC FPGA Modules with Write-Protected Configuration Memory for Enhanced Security Two new XMC modules with a Xilinx Artix-7 or Kintex-7 FPGA feature write-protected flash memory to prevent unwanted changes to configuration files. Acromag’s new XMC-7AWP and XMC-7KWP modules, with a user-programmable Xilinx® Artix®-7 or Kintex®-7 FPGA, feature write-protected flash memory to secure the configuration…

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New XMC FPGA Modules with Write-Protected Configuration Memory for Enhanced Security

Two new XMC modules with a Xilinx Artix-7 or Kintex-7 FPGA feature write-protected flash memory to prevent unwanted changes to configuration files Wixom, MI:  Acromag’s new XMC-7AWP and XMC-7KWP modules, with a user-programmable Xilinx® Artix®-7 or Kintex® FPGA, feature write-protected flash memory to secure the configuration files. These modules are well-suited for a broad range…

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How to Measure Temperature, with a High-Density Ethernet I/O Solution

Acromag Solutions Application Note 8401062 The Problem: Monitoring up to 500 Temperature Measurement Points A chemical manufacturer has up to 500 temperature measurement points. In addition, they’re monitoring points for pressure, level and flow, and have thermocouple and RTD scattered throughout their process. It would be cost prohibitive to run and maintain twisted pair wire for…

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Signal I/O ~ Precisely Speaking

By Mike, Inside Technical Sales Representative Problem: Engineering firm requires bi-polar input of +/-6VDC & output dialing down to a precision value of 0 to 3.30VDC. Acromag makes a wide range of analog signal I/O converter/transmitters. However, while most process, manufacturing and test I/O require standard signals with ranges such as 4-20mA, 0-10VDC, 0-5VDC etc.;…