Universal indicator V4P

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The instruments of the V4P series are multifunction display units with input from potentiometric transducer: they are particularly suitable to measure linear and angular dimensions on a -1999 +9999 reading scale (resolution 8000 points). The carrying out with microprocessor and the use of modern analogue-to-digital conversion techniques enable to obtain excellent performances interms of calibration easiness, resolution, stability, conversion speed, and cost by enabling the implementation of some functions of interest for the indu-strial applications (ex. Absolute/relative dimension, reset/preset, tool diameter compensation, offset etc.). The instrument set-up and calibration operations are easily carried out with the four keys positioned on the front panel. The measured dimension may be compared with 2 or 3 intervention thresholds that may be set for the enabling of as many relays, the status of which is displayed through a led. There are two analogue outputs, the one in 0÷10V or 10÷10V voltage, the other in 4÷20mA current at a resolution of 12 bits. It is possible to set-up and check the instrument and verify its status through the RS485 serial interface with MODBUS RTU protocol. Through self-learning calibration it is possible to adapt the input variable amplitude to the wished reading scale. Versions: V4P- displayed; V4P-2 with 2 switch relay interventions; V4P-3 with 3 ON/OFF relay interventions; V4P-T with analogue output in voltage and current; V4P-2T 2 interventions and analogue output in voltage and current; V44P-RS485 serial output MODBUS protocol; V4P-2RS485 2 relay interventions and serial RS485 output


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