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Level Control Three 4-20 mA Outputs

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  • The PD6060 is a member of the ProVu series of 1/8 DIN digital panel meters that accepts two inputs of either a process current (4-20 mA) or process voltage (0-5V, 1-5V, etc.) signal. It displays these signals on a dual line, 6-digit display that is available with an optional Sunbright® sunlight readable LEDs. The meter can be customized such that these two inputs are displayed in a variety of ways, including both at the same time with tags or the result of math functions performed on one or both of the inputs. Like all ProVu meters, the PD6060 includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. The PD6060 can also be equipped with up to four internal relays, a 4-20 mA analog output, and Modbus® serial communications. The PD6060 includes a 24 V DC power supply to drive the transmitters. ProVu meters can be programmed via the front panel pushbuttons or free MeterView® Pro software.

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  • The ProVu PD6080 Super Snooper Modbus® scanner is a multi-purpose display and controller capable of scanning up to 16 Modbus process variables and accepts two analog process inputs. The scanner can be programmed as a Modbus RTU master, slave, or snooper. It is the ideal display for Modbus multivariable transmitters or for existing Modbus networks with transmitters in need of an easy-to-read and conveniently located remote display. As a master, the PD6080 can read up to 16 Modbus registers on up to 16 Modbus devices and automatically alternate each of these process variables (PVs) on the dual-line display along with a unit and tag for each. In snooper mode, the PD6080 can read any Modbus variable being polled by a master, which allows you to easily add a display into an existing Modbus network. Like all ProVu meters, the PD6080 includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. Powerful math functions may be applied to the analog or Modbus inputs, such as addition, difference, average, and ratio.

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  • The ProVu PD6081 Super Snooper feet & inches Modbus® scanner displays level information on a specially designed feet & inches display, instead of the usual decimal format. It is the ideal display for Modbus level or multivariable transmitters and is capable of scanning up to 16 Modbus process variables. Its unique feet & inches upper LED display can indicate up to 99 feet, 11 and 15/16 inches. The 6-digit lower display can indicate units, tags, or other variables such as volume, temperature, or density. The PD6081 also has dual analog inputs, for integrating traditional 4-20 mA or voltage inputs in the display scanning. The PD6081 can be setup as a Modbus master, slave, or snooper. Like all ProVu meters, the PD6081 includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. Various math functions may be applied to the analog or Modbus inputs, such as addition, difference, average, and ratio.

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  • The ProVu PD6088 Super Snooper Modbus® scanner displays up to 16 Modbus process variables (PVs) on the bus using its RS-485 serial input. The PD6088 can function as a Modbus master, slave, or snooper. As a Modbus master, the PD6088 can poll multiple Modbus devices for up to 16 Modbus process variables. As a slave, a Modbus master can write up to 16 PVs to the scanner for display. In snooper mode, it can sit anywhere on the Modbus network and display up to 16 PVs being polled on the bus. When connecting a scanner in snooper mode, no other Modbus devices on the network need to be reconfigured, making it easy to add additional local or remote displays to a Modbus network. Like all ProVu meters, the PD6088 includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. Various math functions may be applied to the analog or Modbus inputs, such as addition, difference, average, and ratio.

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  • The ProVu PD6089 Super Snooper feet & inches Modbus® scanner displays level information on a specially designed feet & inches display, instead of the usual decimal format. It is the ideal display for Modbus level or multivariable transmitters and is capable of scanning up to 16 Modbus process variables. Its unique feet & inches upper LED display can indicate up to 99 feet, 11 and 15/16 inches. The 6-digit lower display can indicate units, tags, or other variables such as volume, temperature, or density. The PD6089 can function as a Modbus master, slave, or snooper. Like all ProVu meters, the PD6089 includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. Various math functions may be applied to the analog or Modbus inputs, such as addition, difference, average, and ratio.

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  • The ConsoliDator® PD900 is an easy-to-use, multi-channel controller that accepts up to eight (8) 4-20 mA inputs, four (4) flowmeter pulse inputs, and up to eight (8) digital inputs, then displays them on a large, backlit, graphical LCD screen. It is available in four models: the PD940 (4 input, wall mount), the PD941 (4 input, panel mount), PD980 (8 input, wall mount), and the PD981 (8 input, panel mount). While programming the meter, onscreen soft keys appropriately and clearly relabel the action of the front panel buttons making menu navigation quick and simple. In operating mode, the ConsoliDator’s main screen displays all the inputs in both numeric and bar graph format and its individual screens display detailed information about each. The ConsoliDator is suitable for all safe area monitoring and controlling applications such as flow, level, pressure, temperature, and vibration. The availability of Modbus® RTU serial communications makes it ideal for SCADA applications.

    PD940
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    • Accepts Analog, Pulse, and Digital Inputs
    • Displays as Numbers and Bargraph