Current Loop Display For Hazardous Areas

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With ATEX approval for use in switch cabinets and switchboards

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Current Loop Display For Hazardous Areas
Current Loop Display For Hazardous Areas

As a new development within Müller Industrie-Elektronik's product family CULO, an intrinsically safe digital display is available for the application in switch cabinets or in switchboards in potentially explosive areas with corresponding ATEX approval. For the use in the Ex area has to be considered that the indicator has to be installed in a switchboard or a switch cabinet with at least protection degree of IP20 and an accordingly earthed frame.

The current loop displays are applicable wherever the standard signal of 4...20 mA is already available. With the varied housing versions, the product family CULO is applicable as an in situ indicator in the whole industrial area.

Posted on December 18, 2014 - (644 views)
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Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH
Justus-von-Liebig-Straße 24
31535 Neustadt am Rübenberge - Germany
+49-5032-9672-111
+49-5032-9672-199
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