600-132 - Supplemental Process Gauge And Meter Panel

Product Dimensions
(L x W x H)
8.75" x 19" x 3 1/2" (225 x 480 x 90 mm)
3.5 lbs. (1.6 kg)

Shipping Dimensions
(L x W x H)
12" x 20" x 12" (305 x 510 x 305 mm)
3.5 lbs (2 kg)

This product option, designed to support related comprehensive instrumentation and control training systems, allows for visual, on-line, monitoring of process variables, and the performance of test and measurement demonstrations in conjunction with the primary process control/instrumentation training system.

A large, 0-30 psi pressure gauge, a 0-100" differential pressure gauge, and (2) 4-20 mA process meters are provided in a 19" aluminum rack panel, allowing for multiple mounting options.

Providing support to related exercises such as, “calibration of a pressure gauge”, and, “demonstration of static head”, as well as process variable monitoring, it’s capability will be of use in many basic instrumentation and control demonstrations, as well as field calibration activities.
1/8", aluminum, powder-coded, and silk-screened, 19" rack mounting panel, with mounting hardware.
4-1/2", industrial-quality, 0-30 psi pressure gauge.
4-1/2", industrial-quality, 0-200" H2O differential pressure gauge.
(2), 2.5" X 4.75", six-character, configurable, digital process meters, 4-20 mA/1-5 VDC, each with (2) configurable relays.
On-board, process connections including, pneumatic quick-connects, and banana Jack receptacles.
Power cord.
Packaging for shipment via mail service or parcel service. (Generally installed at the factory on related training aid).
Programming Software (PC Required)
No dedicated courseware provided.

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