Integrated panel systems for accommodating instrumentation and peripherals

Hardy Process Solutions' Integrated Panel Systems come in type 4 or 4X enclosures that are designed to accommodate instrumentation and peripherals such as buttons, switches, relays, and summing cards.

09/26/2016


Hardy Process Solutions' Integrated Panel Systems come in type 4 or 4X enclosures that are designed to accommodate instrumentation and peripherals such as buttons, switches, relays, and summing cards. Courtesy: Hardy Process SolutionsHardy Process Solutions' Integrated Panel Systems come in type 4 or 4X enclosures that are designed to accommodate instrumentation and peripherals such as buttons, switches, relays, and summing cards. The initial offering of an Integrated Panel System includes a type 4 or 4X enclosure, a pre-installed weighing instrument, instrument accessories, pre-cut gland holes and wire-way for a clean and organized installation of the weighing system. Each enclosure includes one or more Hardy HI 4050, HI 6500, HI 6500-XP, or HI 6600 series instrumentation mounted on DIN Rail in a hinged type 4 or 4X enclosure with the associated pass through glands for power, communications, up to four sensors and up to three output cables.

An optional feature is pre-installed/pre-wired display mounted onto the enclosure door and located in the center of the upper half of the door allows an area for buttons and switches to be located in the lower half of the enclosure door. Another optional feature is pre-installed/pre-wired Hardy HI6020 IT summing card with connectors mounted in the back of the enclosure on stand-offs.

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