Intrinsically safe field connections reduce up, midstream installation and maintenance costs

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SPA2IS Programmable Alarm Trips are announced for oil and gas extraction, petrochemical, and refining.

With built-in intrinsically safe field connections, they help monitor, control, and measure signals in hazardous areas. Models have "an alarm solution that significantly reduces wiring, installation, and maintenance costs," declares their manufacturer.

As a combination alarm trip and temperature transmitter, SPA2IS includes built-in IS field connections for current/voltage, resistance temperature detectors, and thermocouples.

For facilities that employ IS measures, these trips are designed to be cost effective, complete alarm solutions to provide necessary protection typically afforded by a galvanically isolated IS barrier. They also cut wiring and maintenance costs as you eliminate additional barriers and power supplies.

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