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Process Displays
Process Displays

Featuring an easy-to-read 14-segment LED display, the Codix process displays from Kübler are suitable for standard signals, temperature and expansion measurement strips. Equipped with a practical quick start-up guide card for their parameterization and operation, they can be put into operation in just a few steps. The card is attached directly to the front of the pointer and can be removed and re-attached as required. Easy-to-understand scroll help texts as well as the simple programming through 4 front-side keys enhance ease of operation. The process displays can also be adapted to individual circumstances. Front-side key and 2 additional inputs can thus be programmed to user-specific requirements.  The measurement rate is 10 measurements per second, and characteristic curves can be programmed with up to 12 measurement points. Two relay outputs (alternating contacts) monitor the threshold value with hysteresis and on-off delay function. The min-max memory, where inputs and outputs are isolated, can be reset individually. And the time-controlled “totalisator” function adds up the measurement values which in turn can be reset separately. The connection with the sensor voltage supply is also made easier.

Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz

Posted on January 5, 2011 - (1457 views)
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