Current loop display in field case: CULO-F

(PresseBox) ( Neustadt, )
Data transfer with current loop displays is a favoured technique at many applications. Current loop displays offer some advantages compared with measuring transducer, because they do not need a stable or precise supply voltage. These kind of current loops are mainly used in industrial applications.

Based on our long years products of the CULO family, Müller Industrie-Elektronik also offer a version in field case with LED display in an user friendly height of 14 mm digits. There is the new possibility of programming with frontal located buttons. The three new keys can be imposed with a memory function such as minimum or maximum and with "tare"function.

This current loop display is specially usable, when 4...20 mA standard signal is still available. Alongside this there are 0...20mA and 0..10V with external supply voltage possible. It's usual with SPS controlled systems, where sensors are supplied and evaluated and a 2wire transmitter with 4...20 mA is used. Often there is no indication or other information about the current process onsite. With this CULO-F it's possible. The device standardly offers two electronic limit value contacts. With an external supply voltage relais contacts are also possible. The device is addjustable with the following functions: limit value, hysteresus value and time delay.

Because of the robust field case - the enclosures are made of ABS/FR or diecast aluminium with a degree of protection IP66 - the device is usable in the whole industrial area.

Current loop display CULO-F:

- Range of indication: maximum -999....9999
- Memory: minimum / maximum
- Connection: plugin terminal strip
- 2 limit value contacts
- display range and limit values: free programmable (keys)
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