The PD540, PD550, PD560, and PD570 Nova Process & Temperature Controller product line has been discontinued. Orders will be filled while supplies last – check individual part numbers for availability. We expect to introduce a new line of temperature controllers in the third quarter of 2021.

  • Our calibration services provide documented calibration for ISO compliance and validation purposes. Calibrations are performed in accordance with Precision Digital Quality Management System and comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994. All standards are traceable to NIST. Calibration Certificates are provided by our ISO 9001:2015 calibration laboratory and include calibration to user test points, NIST traceable Certificate of Calibration, and calibration sticker with validity date.
  • Plastic sub-panels are designed for the ConsoliDator+ enclosures and provide a convenient way to mount additional items to the base of the enclosure. They can be drilled to accept screws for easy mounting of relays, contactors, securing wiring clips, or installing other internal devices.
  • A Certificate of Conformance is available for Precision Digital meters and controllers. It certifies that a specific product complies with all required specifications, has been properly tested, is free of defects, and conforms with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards & Technology.
  • Steel sub-panels are designed for the ConsoliDator+ enclosures and provide a convenient way to mount additional items to the base of the enclosure. They can be drilled to accept screws for easy mounting of relays, contactors, securing wiring clips, or installing other internal devices.
  • Steel sub-panels are designed for the ConsoliDator+ enclosures and provide a convenient way to mount additional items to the base of the enclosure. They can be drilled to accept screws for easy mounting of relays, contactors, securing wiring clips, or installing other internal devices.
  • Steel sub-panels are designed for the ConsoliDator+ enclosures and provide a convenient way to mount additional items to the base of the enclosure. They can be drilled to accept screws for easy mounting of relays, contactors, securing wiring clips, or installing other internal devices.
  • The Trident PD765 digital panel meter is one of the most versatile meters on the market and will satisfy a wide variety of process and temperature applications. Housed in an 1/8 DIN enclosure with a NEMA 4X front, the meter can be field programmed to accept process voltage (0-5 V, 1-5 V, etc.) and current (4-20 mA) inputs, 100 Ohm RTDs, and the four most common thermocouples. The display height on the standard Trident meter is 0.56" (14.2 mm) and on the Trident X2 the display height is an astounding 1.2" (30.5 mm). The intensity of the display can be adjusted to compensate for various lighting conditions, including direct sunlight. Programming and setup can be performed with the four front panel pushbuttons, free MeterView software, or using the copy function. Options for the PD765 include 2 relays, a 4-20 mA output, 24 V transmitter power supply, and Modbus® serial communications.

    PD765 X2
    Why you should buy:
    • Big Display
    • 1/8 DIN Panel Meter
    • Universal Inputs
    • 2 Relays & 4-20 mA Output
  • Precision Digital offers a wide variety of NEMA 4 and NEMA 4X enclosures that can be equipped with MOD-LH Light / Horn and Reset Button. The MOD-LH Series is available in three different light configurations. The first option is a factory ordered Light / Horn with a color of either red, green, yellow, blue, or white. The second option is a Light / Horn the user determines the light color (red, green, yellow, blue or white) by connecting the appropriate wire. The third option is a Light / Horn with red, yellow, and green layers the user can turn on independently.
  • The Helios can be provided with an optional light(s) with built-in 85 dB horn that comes mounted and wired to the instrument or as separate items to be mounted as the user desires. Meter is sold separately. The MOD-PD2LH Series is available in three different light configurations. The first option is a factory ordered Light / Horn with a color of either red, green, yellow, blue, or white. The second option is a Light / Horn the user determines the light color (red, green, yellow, blue or white) by connecting the appropriate wire. The third option is a Light / Horn with red, yellow, and green layers the user can turn on independently.
  • Precision Digital offers three different light configurations in its line of Light / Horn devices. The first option is a factory ordered Light / Horn with a color of either red, green, yellow, blue, or white. The second option is a Light / Horn the user determines the light color (red, green, yellow, blue or white) by connecting the appropriate wire. The third option is a Light / Horn with red, yellow, and green layers the user can turn on independently. The light on the Light / Horn can be wired to flash (not available on PDA-LH5C) or stay steady on and the horn is rated at 85 dB. The light and horn can be controlled independently of each other via separate relays on the Precision Digital meter; and since the meter's relays can be reset in a variety of ways, there are several ways the Light / Horn can operate. For instance, the horn can be programmed to silence at any time via the Reset Button or F3 front panel button (on ProVu models), and light to turn off automatically when the alarm clears.