Digital Panel Meters Temperature

Digital Panel Meters
Precision Digital has been designing and manufacturing digital panel meters for over 35 years. Our current line consists of meters that accept a wide variety of inputs, such as 4-20 mA, strain gauge, high voltage and current, pulse, serial Modbus®, thermocouple and RTD. These meters are available in single and dual line configurations, with Sunbright® sunlight readable displays and extra-large LEDs. Most of these meters are UL and C-UL listed and feature a NEMA 4X front. They can control up to eight relays, have 4-20 mA outputs and also a Modbus serial interface.

Digital Panel Meters Temperature

  • 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
  • The PD7000 is a member of the ProVu series of 1/8 DIN digital panel meters that accepts a direct temperature input from a wide range of temperature measurement devices (type J, K, T, E, R, S, B, N, and C thermocouples and 100 or 1000 Ω platinum, 10 Ω copper, 120 Ω nickel RTDs). It displays the measured temperature in either degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius on a dual-line, 6-digit display that is available with optional Sunbright® sunlight readable LEDs. The PD7000 temperature indicator includes automatic cold junction compensation for thermocouples and the ability to average up to ten (10) RTD sensors. Like all ProVu meters, the PD7000 temperature meter includes UL / C-UL listing and CE marking, a NEMA 4X front, and AC or DC power options. ProVu meters can be equipped with up to four internal relays, a 4-20 mA output and Modbus® RTU serial communications. The PD7000 can be programmed via the front panel pushbuttons or free MeterView® Pro software.

    Why you should buy:
    • Thermocouple or RTD Input
    • Dual Line Display
    • USB Programming
    • 4 Relays & 4-20 mA Output
  • The Sabre T PD743 temperature meter combines operational simplicity with high end features to deliver the perfect low-cost digital panel meter for display only applications. The PD743’s menu structure is easy to navigate because the only selections are for input and temperature units; there are no other menu choices to add confusion during the setup process. Despite being a low-cost meter, the PD743 is still packed with many features typically found only on more expensive meters, such as a NEMA 4X front, universal power supply, display to 2300 °F for type K thermocouple, UL listing, and CE marking.


    Why you should buy:
    • Low Cost Display Only Option
    • NEMA 4X/IP65 Front
    • Temperature Input
  • The Loop Leader PD6600 is a general-purpose, loop-powered, 1/8 DIN process meter. A dual-line display featuring five digits on the top line and eight digits on the bottom line, preprogrammed engineering units, loop-powered backlight with a unique red backlight option for alarm conditions, and optional bargraph display (PD6604) or feet & inches display (PD6603) provide a clear and attractive presentation of the process. All models come equipped with two open collector outputs and are available with two solid state relays and a 4-20 mA analog output. These outputs can be programmed for alarm indication, signal retransmission via pulse or analog signal, pump control, and a number of other useful features. The fact that this meter is loop-powered means that there is no need to run additional, costly power lines; the meter gets all of the power it needs from the 4-20 mA loop. The Loop Leader loop-powered process meter is built in a shallow-depth case with a IP65 front and features loop-powered backlighting and a wide -40 to 167°F (-40 to 75°C) operating temperature range. It doesn't matter if it's indoors or out-doors, in bright sunlight or a dimly lit plant, or in an area that is wet, dirty, hot, or cold, the Loop Leader can go just about anywhere.

    Why you should buy:
    • Loop-Powered Process Meter
    • Bargraph or Feet & Inches Display (Optional)
    • 1/8 DIN Panel Mount
    • Open Collector Outputs Standard
    • Solid State Relays (Optional)
    • 4-20 mA Output (Optional)
  • The Nova PD560 is a digital meter that accepts a wide variety of process and temperature inputs and is available in 1/8 and 1/4 DIN sizes. Its universal input accepts thermocouple, RTD, and voltage inputs, and it can be easily configured for a 4-20 mA input. It is available with up to three (3) relays, a 4-20 mA analog outputs, two (2) digital inputs, and an RS485 serial communication option which includes protocols for master/slave set point control, Modbus® ASCII and RTU, as well as PC software.





    Why you should buy:
    • Two Ramp & Soak Programs
    • Temperature and Process Inputs
  • The Nova PD570 is a digital limit controller that accepts a wide variety of process and temperature inputs and is available in 1/16 and 1/4 DIN sizes. Its universal input accepts thermocouple, RTD, and voltage inputs, and it can be easily configured for a 4-20 mA input. It features a latching relays, an alarm relay, and an RS485 serial communication option which includes protocols for master/slave set point control, Modbus® ASCII and RTU, as well as PC software.




    Why you should buy:
    • Temperature and Process Inputs
    • High or Low Limit Control