Field-Mount Pressure-to-Current Transmitter

Moore Industries
Moore Industries’ durable PIH Pressure-to-Current Transmitter provides an economical solution for any process that requires a rugged instrument capable of interfacing a pneumatic device with a data acquisition/control system, controller, recorder, or other electronic instruments. This compact yet powerful unit accepts most pneumatic signals (3-15 psig, 0.2-1 bar, 3-27 psig, etc.) and accurately converts them to a proportional 4-20mA output. The PIH is perfect for field mounting. Its metal casing makes it a tough field-mount...

Employee Spotlight: Sierra Richardson

Employee Spotlight
We’re engineers, customer service representatives, accounting gurus, tech support superheroes, and more — but we’re also real humans. In our new blog series, “Employee Spotlight”, you’ll meet BBP employees, learn about their background and roles, and discover what they like most about working at BBP. This week, the spotlight is on Sierra Richardson, better known as the "The ETC of BBP". This woman does it all! Throughout her time with us, she has worn...

5 Key Lessons When Using Guided Wave Radar

Uncategorized
    Guided wave radar is a both a popular and an ideal product for measuring level. It’s virtually unaffected by changing process conditions, temperature, pressure, vacuum, vapors and condensation and changes in the measured product properties like conductivity, density and viscosity. Guided Wave works well with solids too, unaffected by dust and uneven surfaces. Temperature ranges are from -196 to 450°C and Pressures up to 400 Bar. Its also simple to understand, a rod or...

5 Benefits of Wireless vs. Wired Remote Monitoring

SignalFire
  When first introduced to the industry, remote instrumentation was based on wired systems. Today, wireless remote monitoring and control systems can simulate the architecture of wired systems using links to transmit data. Offering substantial operating and cost advantages over wired systems, wireless systems are becoming more prevalent in different applications. Here are five reasons why:   1. No Wiring or Trenching A wired system may require thousands of yards of cable to connect to different endpoints. As...