Annunciator with optional integrated event recorder

The 725B combined annunciator and event recorder uses CANbus communication technology.

11/12/2008


The 725B combined annunciator and event recorder from RTK Instruments Ltd .uses CANbus communication technology with RTK Instruments’ multi-redundant (no single point of system failure) design to offer reliability, flexibility, and low cost of ownership. 725B can be supplied as a standalone annunciator or with an integrated 1ms event recorder, allowing the user to analyze the sequence of events following a plant breakdown. Alarm windows are illuminated by ultra-bright white LEDs for a maintenance-free solution. 725B can be supplied with integral, universal power supplies to connect directly to 85-264 V ac or 88-360 V dc. Modular construction allows units to be assembled in almost any size and shape. Systems are available from a single channel to a maximum of 256 channels in a single housing with a choice of window sizes and colors.

RTK Instruments 725B annunciator

RTK Instruments 725B annunciator

Systems are available from a single channel to a maximum of 256 channels.

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