Smart Design of the Smart LACT System

Smart LACT System

Applications

The LACT control panel is the electrical brain of the LACT unit and controls the operation of controls, shutdowns and monitoring of the system. Winn-Marion can retrofit existing LACT models, or design a system catered to customers’ specific needs.

Smart LACT

Specifications

Accurate custody transfer requires precise measurement functions – level, temperature, density and BS&W. The accuracy of these functions are dependent upon the equipment. Winn-Marion, with their powerful partnership with R.W. Lyall, can implement a complete, LACT system.

  • Configurable Security Systems
  • Start/Stop Level or Flow Control
  • Cold Climate Package Available
  • Reduced Gain/Loss Cost Adjustments
  • Remote Access Available
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Winn-Marion’s Featured Product: Thermon TCM18 Control & Monitoring System

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APPLICATIONS

The TCM18 is a multicircuit microprocessor-based temperature control and monitoring module developed specifically for heat tracing applications. A versatile electric heat tracing control and monitoring network is key to reducing operating costs in plants. This module provides control and monitoring capabilities via digital information display for a maximum of eighteen heat trace circuits. This module can be configured for either process sensing control (with either one or two RTD inputs for each circuit) and/or ambient sensing control (with the option of one or two RTD inputs).

Specifications

  • One (1) or Two (2) RTD Temperature Sensors per Circuit Control Output
  • Field Mount up to 36 RTD Sensors for 18 Heating Circuits, or use Ambient Control & APC with a Common RTD for the Entire Module
  • Operate in Ambient Temperatures Down to -40F and as High as +60F
  • Distributed Heat Trace Control Reduces Power Wiring and Lower Overall Installed Costs
  • Auxiliary 24 Vdc Output for Powering Optional Communication Modules or Other Auxiliary Devices
  • Equipment has been Evaluated and Found Suitable for Overvoltage Category II over the Stated Range of Module Supply Voltage, in Accordance with IEC-61010-1:2010.

 

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