By Jacob Ethen, City of St. Cloud, and Steve Cox, Fluid Components International (FCI)
The City of St. Cloud, Minnesota, straddles the Mississippi River near the center of the state a little more than 65 miles north of the twin cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The city’s forward-thinking staff began looking for sustainable green energy solutions in 2003. After planning and initiating a series of projects over several years, the site is today producing renewable energy with a 20 kW rooftop solar array, a 220 kW solar array, and biofuels electricity generation.
The TTF300 HART temperature transmitter in proven two-wire technology features a multitude of new functions and enhanced diagnostic information. The driver-independent configuration possibilities of the TTF300 are new and unique through the LCD display controlled by temperature transmitter and the DSV401 (SMART VISION) device management tool or the FDT/DTM technology.