The FLO-CORP PDFlo™ PDTX4 Four Wire Digital Display Flow Transmitter is a 4-20mA rate output, remote indication and monitoring device compatible with all PDFlo Flow Meters. The ideal measurement solution for liquid applications, from epoxy paints to brake fluid.
The PDFlo™ PDTX4 is a four-wire, meter mounted digital flow transmitter that is compatible with the PDFlo flow meter. A large, back-lighted LCD graphic display provides an easy to read indication of flow rate or total in user programmable engineering units. To change any key functions, simply use the magnet that is attached. No opening of the enclosure is required. To prevent the magnet from entering the programming mode inadvertently, an on board jumper controls ability to allow programming via external magnet. An isolated input also allows for remote rest of the totalizer. A 4-20 mA rate ouput with user programmable filtering and scaling is also provided for remote indication.
User Friendly: A large, backlit LCD graphic display indicates flow rate or total in customer’s programmed engineering units
Measuring Range: Measure really low flow of high viscosity fluid due to the amplified digital hall effect sensor
Maximum Accuracy: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application
Maintenance-Free: Transmitter electronics completely isolated from process
Warranty: One-year warranty available
Power Requirement: 15-24 VDC/150mA (customer supplied)
Sensor/Monitor Frequency Range: 0-4000 Hz
Analog Output: 4-20 mA
Enclosure Certifications: Class I, Groups B,C,D; Class II, Groups E,F,G; Class III; Atex: EEx d IIC, IP68; NEMA 4X, 7BCD, 9EFG
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Aerospace, Chemical & Petrochemical, Environmental Water & Wastewater, Government Agencies, Iron, Steel & Metal, Life Sciences, Oil & Gas, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Power & Energy, Refined Products
PDTX4, PDTX4-A, PDTX4-C
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