Digital panel meter offers higher accuracy, more readings per second

Stamford, CT - The new Omega DP41-B digital panel meter exceeds the Infinity product in accuracy, performance and quality. The DP41-B has accuracy of up to ±0.005% of reading, and offers up to 166 readings per second.

02/10/2003



Stamford, CT - The new Omega DP41-B digital panel meter exceeds the Infinity product in accuracy, performance and quality. The DP41-B has accuracy of up to

It also features 10-point linearization of input signals, programmable by the user for custom applications. It has built-in excitation to power most sensors or transmitters, and four isolated open collector outputs for control or alarms. Six-digit patented LED display can be programmed to change color between red, amber, and green at any set point. The 17.3-mm height is larger than a typical 13.7-mm display.

Output options include isolated programmable analog voltage or current and four relays. With the serial communications option, the user can select from a push-button menu among RS-232, RS-485, ASCII protocol or Modbus. With an Ethernet/Internet option, DP41-B connects to an Ethernet network and transmits data in TCP/IP protocol. It is possible to monitor and control a process through a Web browser from anywhere on the Internet.

The product is made Santa Ana, CA. Price starts at $595.

www.omega.com/ISERIES/DP41-B.htm

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