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FILTER KEEPS ANALOGUE AND HART SIGNALS APART

05-12-2018
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ICP DAS has developed a novel upright Hart signal filter to remove interference problems in Scada and industrial control and systems.

When the HRT-370 is connected to another Hart instrument, it splits the input Hart signal into two output channels. The first channel retains the original Hart signal, and the second channel filters out the Hart signal, producing a pure analogue output signal. As a result, the filter makes the collection and processing of both Hart and analogue current data easier and more precise.

The HRT-370 allows for two Hart masters and supports a range of functions and modes including Hart burst mode, point-to-point Hart mode, and loop power function. The unit is available for DIN-rail installation, simplifying integration in any industrial control equipment rack.

ICP Electronics Australia
02 9457 6011
www.icp-australia.com.au

 

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