Intelligent controllers, indicators
Digital controllers and indicators can be used in nearly any industrial measurement and control application in the petrochemical, power generation, laboratory, and manufacturing industries.
Digital controllers and indicators can be used in nearly any industrial measurement and control application in the petrochemical, power generation, laboratory, and manufacturing industries. Offering measurements for applications using ac- and dc-operated LVDT (linear variable differential transformer) inputs, Series DMC dual-channel LVDT controllers and Series DMI single-channel LVDT indicators provide user-friendly set-up with a scrolling display. Dual-channel controllers also have a GUI so that operators can program and view data through a computer. Both series incorporate internal signal conditioning to provide proper voltage for operating LVDTs and a scalable analog output to feed external instrumentation, recording, and or control devices. Controllers feature microprocessor-based logic and software to digital position indication and cross channel math functions for advanced monitoring, measurement, and control.
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