Pressure transducer DMU 08 T and data logger DL 10 in combination

Güglingen, (PresseBox) - Monitoring waste water systems, rain overflow facilities, rivers and waters, wells, drilling holes or drinking water treatment plants is possible with little financial and technical effort. You only need a measuring instrument and an evaluation system such as the

DMU 08 T pressure transducer and the DL 10 data logger with display from AFRISO. The combination is suitable for electronic, continuous level and temperature measurement of drinking water, groundwater, waste water (with optional FEP cable), diesel fuel and fuel oil. DMU 08 T converts the pressure of liquids in the pressure ranges of 0/100 mbar to 0/25 bar and temperatures of 0/30 °C to 0/70 °C into proportional 4-20 mA signals. A special feature is the ability to measure level and temperature with separate, independent signal amplification. In conjunction with the DL 10 data logger, a freely programmable, digital display unit with four analogue, independently programmable sensor inputs (for example, for two DMU 08 T), as well as comprehensive data logger functionality, the pressure and temperature values can be displayed with a single display. The data logger which supplies the transducer DMU 08 T has a supply voltage range of AC 50-253 V and DC 20-253 V for universal application. DL 10 features a standard rack mounting housing for control panel mounting and a backlit LC display for excellent readability even at unfavorable light conditions.

A simple and intuitive user interface with multiple languages (EN, DE, FR) ensures fast commissioning. The combination of DMU 08 T and DL 10 meets all requirements in terms of a complete measuring system with process display and data logger. All data can be transferred to a PC.

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