Available in PC-board and standalone versions, the iFPX Internet/Ethernet frequency pulse transmitter works with most conventional counting inputs up to 500 kHz. Using a Web-based interface, it can be configured to display rate, frequency, pulse, total, batch and quadrature, numerically or graphically. Setpoints can be programmed to trigger an alarm and send email. Supporting common Ethernet/Internet protocols, the iFPX integrates with data acquisition and industrial automation programs.
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