Moore Industries News & Articles

Moore Industries Celebrates 40 Years of Success

  • April 30, 2008
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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.

Moore Industries bakes NCS data acquisition system for three years

  • March 2, 2008
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The NCS has been running since February 2005 in an environmental chamber at temperatures up to 221°F. The only problem so far: Labels are turning brown.

Modbus White Paper available from Moore Industries

  • November 2, 2007
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The non-commercial white paper describes how Modbus works, and how it can be used in new and legacy process control and automation systems.

MooreHawke Joins Emerson Alliance Program

  • September 20, 2007
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MooreHawke is now on Emerson's Approved Product List, and Emerson will co-market MooreHawke FOUNDATION fieldbus device couplers.

Yokogawa expands HART agreement with Moore Industries

  • July 26, 2007
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The agreement now includes Moore's HCS HART Concentrator System. The HCS converts the digital signal from HART-based transmitters to a standard MODBUS RTU communication protocol.

Moore Industries appoints Yong Park to Controller

  • June 25, 2007
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Most recently, Park held the title of Controller with Plastic Services & Products, Inc., where he successfully completed a merger with a competitor company as well as two outside acquisitions.

MooreHawke publishes white paper on Installing Fieldbus in Hazardous Locations

  • June 7, 2007
  • News

By Bruce Bradley, Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals
This paper describes everything you should consider when applying fieldbus in hazardous areas, then shows how it was done. Author uses it in a class he teaches on hazardous environments.

MooreHawke publishes brochure on TRUNKSAFE Fault-Tolerant Fieldbus System

  • May 23, 2007
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The TRUNKSAFE brochure explains how it is not necessary to duplicate an entire fieldbus segment, duplicate the field instruments, nor have any special software at the DCS to achieve fieldbus redundancy.

Moore Industries Promotes Charles Larson to Director of Technology

  • May 9, 2007
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Larson will provide a bridge between Marketing and Engineering to help develop and optimize the commercial exploitation of Moore's intellectual property.

FF approves MooreHawke's TRUNKSAFE Fault-Tolerant Fieldbus system

  • May 7, 2007
  • News

Approved by the Fieldbus Foundation,TRUNKSAFE achieves fault-tolerance without duplicating every component and installing special software at the DCS.