Status Instruments has launched its brand-new DM^%) battery powered product range.
- DM650TM temperature indicator accepts both Pt100 AND thermocouple temperature probes
- DM650PM pressure indicator measures pressure up to 100 bar
- DM650HM humidity indicator measures temperature and humidity
- DM650VI process signal indicator measures analogue signals such as voltage or mA
Housed in a plastic (abs IP67 enclosure, the instrument is also equipped with a volt free change over relay contact , The user may select relay actions of switch high, switch low and also includes deviation, with fully adjustable set point and hysteresis. The relay can be linked to switch on the provess value or can be linked to battery condition if required.
The instrument displays the process value of a 6-digit LCD display and offers an additional advanced display mode allowing the user to display not only the process value, but one or two (1-32) scrolling character messages. This feature is further enhanced by the ability to link display messages to the alarm set point of the relay or battery condition.
The DM650 range also provides a powerful data logger function and relay state information.
Two methods of reading the log are available. The in-built USV port allows full configurition and reading of the logged data and allows the user to save to a text file for export to other programs. The NFC android interface allows contactless data transfer from the DM650 to android phones or tabs. The NFC interface is also capable of starting a new log with different log period and modes.
Application Example – DM650TM
The battery powered DM650TM can be used to display the temperature of a typical pump bearing application. If the temperature exceeds a set point, the relay will trip to disable the pump.
At this point the DM650/TM display will indicare the alarm condition and a pre-set message to inform maintenance of the over temperature.
The log data showing how long the pump has been running and the temperatures recorded can be viewed either on a laptop or by using a NFC enabled Android device to allow wireless transfer of data.