Instrumentation & Control Systems: I&CS., Volume 67

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Chilton Company, 1994 - Automatic control
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Temperature controller 1SP Controller
Highlights
•Memory Retention for Set Point
•Input Type Field Configurable
•Output Configurable For Heating or Cooling
•Configuration disabled in user mode
•Offset Adjustment in Proportional Mode
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Temperature controller 2SP Controller
Highlights
•Dual Display for PV & SV
•Output Configurable For Heating or Cooling
•Configuration disabled in user mode
•Sensor Open Display
•Output : 2 O/P’S -1 for Process (On/Off,Off/On or Proportional, 2nd O/P for Low Set, Alarm ,Hi/low Deviation, Blower
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Temperature & Humudity Datalogger with Display Model EQ-172
Features :
• Memory of 32,000 readings
• Fast response and cost effective model
• selectable logging interval
• Long battery life
• USB interface for set up and data download
• User programmable alarm thresholds
• LCD to show date and time
• Exernal lock facility to avoid any theft
Compact datalogger for recording the both temperature and humidity. It stores up to 16,000 reading each of temperature and relative humidity and user can easily set up the logging rate, high/low alarm and start mode and download the stored data by plugging the module straight into a PC's USB port and software compatible to windows 2000, XP or vista,windows 7,8 &10, Status indication is via flashing Red/Yellow LED and green LED.
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Highlights
• Calibration through keys
•Dual Display for PV & SV
•Output Configurable For Heating or Cooling
•Configuration disabled in user mode
•Sensor Open Display
Specification:
Supply Input : 230 V Ac +/- 10% @ 50Hz.
Sense Input : User Set-able for J (Fe-Con),K (Cr-Al) or Rtd Pt-100 Type,
Display Resolution : 1 / 0.1 For Rtd Pt-100 only.
Range : Cal window adjustable through keys for ‘Zero’ & Full Scale
Output : 3 O/P’S -1 for Process (On/Off,Off/On or Proportional, 2nd , 3rd O/P for Low Set, Alarm ,Hi/low Deviation, Blower
Enclosure : Din 96 X 96 X 120mm (W X H X D)
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Differential Controller
This Micro Controller Based Controlleer is basically 2 channel controller, which accepts RTD Pt-100, 4Wire input(Factory set) Designed for solar water heating- forced circulation system. The Output1 - Differential Control is for A-B i.e, if the difference between the 2 input is greater than the set value the output is 'ON' & turns 'OFF' depending upon the hysterisis set, Output 2 is for 'Cold Sensor Input(B).
Features
• Bright LED Display
• User Friendly Operation
• Display Prompts 'SnS OPn'
• 4 Wire measurement for accurate reading on long distance
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Pressure Transmitter
Model : EQ-PT -1000
The stainless steel pressure port makes the sensors resistant to aggressive media such as Air, Oil, Fuel, Diesel, Waste Water and other aggressive liquids. The sensors are factory calibrated using the state-of-the-art, highly productive electronic trimming technology.
Features :
• Ceramic sensing element
• Shock Resistant and Vibration Resistant
• High Accuracy, High Stability
• Wide Operating Temp. Range of –40 to 125 C
• Output Signal : 4 ~ 20 mA
Specifications :
• Overload Pressure : 1.5 Times the rated value
• Output Signal : 4 to 20 mA
• Supply Voltage : 9 to 30 V DC
• Accuracy : 0.5% F.S.
• Long-term Stability : 0.2 %/FS/Year
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Spot Welding Counter (Event Counter
 

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