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Rate indicator SITRANS RD300
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Characteristics

Measured value
rate, process, universal
Display
digital
Type
panel-mount
Other characteristics
totalizer, remote

Description

The RD300 is a remote display for level, flow, pressure, weighing, and other process instruments. This display also acts as a multi-purpose, easy to use rate/totalizer ideal for flow rate, total, and control applications. Data can be remotely collected, logged and presented on your local computer using the free downloadable RD Software. The display accepts a single input of current and voltage. This makes the RD300 an ideal fit for use with most field instruments. The RD300 can be set up as a standard panel mount, or combined with optional enclosures to allow it to house up to 6 displays. Key Applications: Tank farms, pump alternation control, local or remote display of level, flow, pressure and weighing instrument values, PC monitoring and data logging with RD Software Benefits Easy setup and programming via front panel buttons or remotely using RD software Display readable in sunlight Input: accepts current and voltage Single or dual 24 V DC transmitter power supply Serial communication using built in protocol or Modbus RTU Supports up to 8 relays and 8 digital I/O for process control and alarming 32-Point Linearization, square root or exponential linearization Multi-pump alternation control Supports total, grand total or non-resettable grand total 9-digit totalizer with total overflow feature Large dual-line 6-digit display Configure, monitor, and datalog from a PC Dual-Input option with math functions: addition, difference, average, multiplication, division, minimum, maximum, weighted average, ratio, concentration
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