In this video, from our friends at BTC Instrumentation, see what the High and Low ports mean on a differential pressure transmitter and how to use this knowledge when setting up a Honeywell STD 3000 differential pressure transmitter. [Read more…]
In this class Matt continues his discussion of when and how to use the Honeywell UDC2500 and UDC3200. Matt also shows us why the new Honeywell DR4500 Truline circular chart recorder is far superior to conventional “pen dragger” recorders. See how to power temperature, flow, humidity, and differential flow transmitters from either the Honeywell DR4500 circular recorders or by using the auxiliary output option on the Honeywell UDC3200.
Matt also introduces us to the different types of communication protocals used in industrial transmitters including foundation field bus, Honeywell DE, and Hart. Learn when and how these protocols are used and why the Honeywell MCTOOL KIT communicator is the only communicator you will need to set up and communicate with all your transmitters from Honeywell to Rosemount. [Read more…]
Take a peak inside a recent Stromquist & Company controls class. In this video Matt from Stromquist & Company will walk you through what you need to know about industrial grade single loop controllers. Find out why the Honeywell UDC3200 universal single loop controller is the best selling and best valued controller in the marketplace, and the UDC 2500 controller is the high limit controller that industry chooses when burner safety is critical. Matt teaches us about different types of input and output signals. Want to know the difference between a 4-20ma and a 2-10 and why people choose one over the other? How about upscale and downscale burnout? What thermocouple should you use? What is the thermocouple health feature that Honeywell offers? Should I use it? Check out this training video to get the answers to these and other questions. [Read more…]
Wireless technology has advanced so much in the last few years and the acceptance and value of these controls is gaining immeasurably. All phases of the market have now been touched by wireless thermostats, controllers, and sensors including industrial, commercial and domestic applications.
Vulcain gas detection systems are designed for use in a diverse range of commercial applications, from refrigerant systems and mechanical rooms to parking structures and office complexes. Each of these applications has its own set of requirements, both legal and practical, and Vulcain is committed to working closely with its clients to ensure all of these needs are met. In order to simplify purchasing and installation for our customers, Vulcain offers complete product packages for use in common gas monitoring situations.
Some of the more common air quality hazards include:
– Flammable gases
– CO, CH4, O2 and H2S in waste water treatment plants
– CO in aerospace, automotive industries
– Cl2 in pools
– Propane in ice arenas and parking garages
From stand alone to wireless networks Vulcain and Stromquist and Company has an answer for your gas and refrigerant monitoring system needs. Give us a call in Orlando at 1-800-638-7828 or in Atlanta at 1-800-241-9471.