For the indication of the 4 to 20 mA signal or the HART® values in the field or in the panel!
Display: 5-digit LC display, backlight can be activated, character height: 17 mm (0.67"), bargraph, plain text field for engineering unit or TAG; Housing: panel or field housing; Material: aluminum/ polycarbonate (panel) or aluminum (field)
Input: 1 x 4 to 20 mA, HART®; Power supply: Loop-powered 4 to 20 mA; voltage drop: ≤ 1 V (4 to 20 mA), ≤ 1.9V (HART®), ≤ 3,9 V with backlight Operation: On-site via 3 keys at the front of the device, customer specific preset available
Approvals: ATEX, FM, CSA, IECEx, marine approval, SIL interference free; Further functions: With HART® settable as primary or secondary master, all four values (PV, SV, TV, QV) of a HART® sensors/actuator can be displayed
Active barrier with power supply for safe separation of 4...20 mA current circuits
Inputs: 1 x analog, Outputs: 1 x analog, optional relays, LPS (24V);
Power supply: 20...250 V DC/AC, 50/60 Hz;
Operation: On the HART® version 10 DIP-switches on the device
Housing: DIN rail housing; Width: 22.5 mm; Material: Plastic
Approvals: ATEX, FM, CSA, TIIS, SIL2
Further functions: Bidirectional HART® transmission, communication sockets for HART® sensor parameterization, evaluation of status information from connected transmitter with HART® protocol, Primary or secondary master operating mode
Custody transfer BTU meter for recording heat quantities of water
Inputs: 2 analog (I, RTD), 1 analog (I, pulse) 2 digital; Outputs: 2 relays, 1 analog (I, pulse), 2 digital, Loop power supply (24 V); Interface: Ethernet, USB, RS232; Communication: Modbus RTU/TCP slave; Data handling: FDM Software
Calculated values: power, volume, density, enthalpy & enthalpy differential, DP-flow compensation, mass, energy, deficit, tariff or separate heat/cold energy, energy balance
MID custody transfer approval and custody transfer logbook: the device features a custody transfer switch which locks relevant parameters. The housing can be lead-sealed. All parameter changes are documented in the custody transfer logbook.