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April 1, 2012

New Measurement Practices for Cold Climates

The new approaches discussed here can help to improve reliability and reduce costs in environments with extremely cold temperatures

Mark Menezes Emerson Mark Menezes

Instrumentation best practices tend to be broadly applicable, and may not necessarily provide useful tips for carrying out monitoring in outdoor applications in extremely cold climates. The recommendations provided here have been tried and tested, and will help users to ensure reasonable performance, improve reliability and reduce lifecycle costs. The tips described here involve advanced transmitter diagnostics, digital protocols and asset-management software....

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