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PLI Support for Heat Tracing from Tyco

Tyco Thermal Controls
September 26, 2010

Tyco Thermal Controls, Menlo Park, CA, has integrated Power Line Carrier Interface (PLI) technology into its DigiTrace NGC-30 heat-trace control and monitoring systems. PLI technology lets the systems transmit RTD temperature information through the heat-tracing cable and power distribution wiring, eliminating the need for separate RTD wiring, reducing the time and costs involved in installing the heat-tracing system in the field. PLI allows temperature information from DigiTrace Smart End Seals and DigiTrace 700-TT transmitters to be sent back to the NGC-30 heat-tracing controller along the heat-tracing power lines.


CompanyTyco Thermal Controls
CountryUnited States (USA)




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