Moore Industries News & Articles

Getting a Safety Trip Alarm SIL certified

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Product Safety Case Study describes how Moore Industries obtained IEC 61508 SIL certification for its STA Safety Trip Alarm through TÜV Rheinland.

MooreHawke TRUNKGUARD device couplers approved by Fieldbus Foundation

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TG200 and TG300 device couplers successfully completed the Foundation Device Coupler Registration Process for the Fieldbus Foundation.

MooreHawke's TRUNKSAFE device couplers receive Factory Mutual approvals

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TRUNKSAFE acquired ATEX-Type N, IECEx-Type N, and cFMus-General/Ordinary Location and Non-Incendive certifications from Factory Mutual.

exida adds Moore safety trip alarm to exSILentia safety software

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STA safety trip alarm for IEC 61508 Safety Applications is now a Logic Solver in exida’s exSILentia integrated safety lifecycle software.

Leonard W. Moore named Honorary Member of ISA

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The highest honor bestowed by the International Society of Automation (ISA), Honorary Member, has been given to Moore Industries’ founder and President Leonard W. Moore.

Moore Industries obtains ATEX approval for ROUTE-MASTER Fieldbus system

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ROUTE-MASTER has ATEX approval as a redundant intrinsically-safe fieldbus system permitting the connection of any mix of FISCO and ENTITY devices.

Interactive signal isolation whitepaper

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By Moore Industries
Whitepaper has information on signal isolation and conversion, the instrument selection process, HART and applications, and is interactive.

Moore Industries announces SNAP custom signal interfaces

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SNAP provides customers with customized solutions to meet unusual signal interface needs in industrial process control, systems integration and factory automation applications.

Moore Industries Seeks Oldest Products Still in Service

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Moore Industries is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year, and is trying to find the oldest of its products that are still in service.

Moore Industries Celebrates 40 Years of Success

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Still privately-held by founder and CEO Leonard W. Moore, the company has come a long way from humble garage beginnings when Moore designed and built the company's first electronic signal converters. Today, the company builds signal conditioners, temperature transmitters, fieldbus interface devices and much more.