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Process indicator controller C1
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process indicator controller
process indicator controller
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Characteristics

Measured value
temperature, universal, process
Display
digital
Type
panel-mount
Other characteristics
Modbus
Applications
for Pt100 probe, transmitter

Description

1/32 DIN controller, indicator, transmitter - Panel mount controller, 24 x 48mm - Configurable input - Up to 2 digital outputs and 1 analogue output (Retransmission) - RS 485 ModBus RTU slave serial port - 1 display, 4 digits - Configurable as: * Indicator with two alarms * Transmitter, using 4... 20mA output * Process controller with digital output Process inputs: 1 universal input - Thermocouples: J, K, L, S, T - RTD: Pt100 - Voltage (mV): 0/10...50 mV - Current (mA): 0/4...20 mA (with 2.5 Ω shunt resistor) - Custom linearisation and IR probes (J.K type) Accuracy : 0.25% ±1 digit (probes) or 0.1% ±1 digit (mA or mV) Keyboard Mechanical: 4 multifunction keys Process outputs 1 High level analogue output: - For PV/SP retransmission (optional) - Current (mA): 0/4... 20 mA 2 Digital outputs OUT1 - RELAY SPST-NO, 2A/250Vac - TRIAC 1A 250 VAC OUT2 - SSR Drive 0...5Vdc, ±20%, 30 mA Max Power supply: - 24VDC/VAC - 100… 240 Vac (50/60 Hz) Transmitter Power Supply: 18 Vdc ±20%, 30 mA Max Functions - Acquisition and retransmission - Indication - ON/OFF control - PID single action Autotuning - Autotuning with natural frequency - Autotuning with step response Alarms - Up to 2 configurable alarms Communication and programming: Interfaces - RS 485 port with ModBus RTU and J-bus (slave) protocols (optional) Programming/configuration tools: - Code selection - Easy to use front interface for configuration - Configuration software available for PC

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