Six Steps to Prevent Temperature Measurement Errors When Using Thermocouple Sensors & Transmitters
This white paper will give you a keen understanding of the three basic laws of thermocouples: Homogeneous materials, Intermediated Metals, and Successive or Intermediate Temperatures, can be very helpful in weeding out potential sources of error in our thermocouple measurement system.
New Universal Transmitters Offer Dual Relay Output Alarms for Significant Savings
These signal conditioners offer alarm trips and analog V/mA output for significant cost savings. Bluetooth® technology allows the convenience of wireless field programming on a smart device.
Application Note: Thermocouple Transmitters Monitor Temperatures in Paint Systems
Take a look as we illustrate how Acromag's TT Series temperature transmitters provide a reliable, compact way to monitor temperatures when implemented into a manufacturing paint system.
You Can Download Acromag's Agility™ Config Tool App to See How it Works at No Cost
The Agility™ Config Tool is a mobile application that allows easy setup and configuration of Acromag TT Series Transmitters, microBlox® Series I/O Modules, and microBlox® Series Limit Alarms. You don't need a module to enter demo mode. SImply click the icon with the triangles in the upper left corner and tap 8 times.
We Would Like to Introduce Ammar Sater as the Newest Member of Acromag
Ammar has officially joined us as a Sales Engineer for the Process Automation Division on August 14, 2017, and is available to assist you with choosing the best Acromag solution for your application.
Ammar Joins Acromag with extensive engineering experience and project management skills. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering and also Engineering Mathematics from the University of Michigan.
We are very pleased to have Ammar on our team. He has alreaady taken a deep dive into the product line and resolving customer issues daily. We are looking forward to him expanding his expertise into an even greater support role. Ammar can be reached at 248-295-0573 or firstname.lastname@example.org.