Moisture Transmitter Features Unique Display Modules

Edgetech Instruments’ AcuDew is a two wire, loop powered aluminum oxide moisture transmitter available with several optional display modules. A loop powered, local, plug-in dew/frost point module, the AD-LPD module plugs into the cable connector of the AcuDew for a truly local display. The AcuDew’s 4 mA to 20 mA loop is fed through the AD-LPD module. The module’s orientation is adjustable allowing it to be rotated for optimum viewing angle. The AD-LPD has a 2.25-in. dial with a four-digit LED display.

 

The AcuVu 100 is a digital panel meter that combines a 4 mA to 20 mA input with a 24 Vdc power supply. The AcuVu 100 also provides two fully programmable alarm relays and an optically isolated, retransmitted 4 to 20 mA analog output signal. The front panel has a large, 4-digit LED display and two alarm-indicator LED’s and is rated for NEMA 4X (IP65) ingress protection.

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The AcuTrak 1000 is an analyzer display module equipped with an onboard feature allowing the calculation of equivalent dew/frost point or PPMv, based on a user programmable constant pressure. It combines a 4 to 20 mA input signal with a RS485 digital output and a 24 Vdc power supply. The AcuTrak 1000 also provides two programmable alarm relays and an optically isolated, retransmitted 4 to 20 mA analog output signal. The front panel incorporates a 5-digit LED display with two alarm indicator LED’s and is rated for water spray NEMA 3 (IP54) ingress protection.

 

Each AcuDew Moisture Transmitter is delivered with an ISO/IEC 17025 certificate of calibration, traceable to NIST. For more information, step over the edge and take a gander at the AcuDew datasheet.

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