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  • Hello all, Am looking for an international standard for instrumentation field cable sizing. Something similar to NEC Article 725. One should be able to size cable based on the voltage drop- but is there a standard spec for the permissible voltage drop? Or we should be doing ...

  • Jonas, Monitoring of a Thief hatch or the position of any other mechanical device by a proximity switch does not necessitate instrumentation taagging or symbology for the mechanical device. Per iSA-5.1, the proximity switch would be identified by an instrument bubble with a ...

  • I tend to agree with referring to HH and LL as trips (higher priority), and can talk particularly in the context of battery storage power plants where the Battery Management System (BMS) incorporates various safety alarm levels. When a trip-either High-High (HH) or Low-Low (LL)-is ...

  • Mike, It sounds like an interesting and time-saving solution. I would be interested in reviewing and providing feedback if needed. The best regards, Charlie ------------------------------ Charlie Souza Functional Safety & ICS Cybersecurity Lead AcuTech Consulting Group ...

  • Rajshekhar, As far as I know the aviation industry uses a variety of electronic communication standards to ensure safe and efficient data exchange between aircraft and ground systems. There are two major categories. Air Traffic Management (ATM) Communication Protocols: ...

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