Precision Digital ~ 1/8 Din Dual-Input Flow Rate/Totalizers

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HOLLISTON, Mass.—Precision Digital launched its ProVu® PD6262 and PD6363 Dual-Input Flow Rate/Totalizers. The totalizers feature the new 1/8 DIN panel meters with independent programming  inputs, including separate selection of input type and scaling.

The PD6262 panel meter supports dual analog inputs of various ranges. The PD6363 supports dual pulse inputs, including square wave, open collector, NPN, PNP, TTL or switch contact signals. Both meters provide integrated math functions for rate or total flow calculations: addition, difference, summation, multiplication, division, min/max, weighted average, ratio and concentration.

The PD6262 and PD6363 also feature rugged NEMA 4X front panels. The optional SunBright display can be read in direct sunlight, smoke, fog, dust or at a distance. The meters are designed to display local or remote information in a variety of flow applications, such as municipal water measurement, wastewater treatment or chemical mixing. For hazardous areas, such as oil and gas production, the meters are also available as explosion-proof, IP68, NEMA 4X ProtEX®-MAX models.

"The PD6262 and PD6363 represent a new generation of 1/8 DIN dual-input meters," said Jeffrey Peters, president, Precision Digital Corporation. "They include modern panel meter features, such as alternating dual-line displays, readable screens, even in sunlight and convenient 24 VDC transmitter power supplies. They're also easily programmed. Peters also said each input channel can display rate, total, grand total, units and math functions to use for many applications.

The ProVu flow rate/totalizers feature bright red LED displays. Meters are easy to read from a distance and under various lighting conditions, and the ProtEX-MAX is also designed to be seen from wide viewing angles.

Precision Digital also recently launched its PD6801 ProtEX F&I Level Meter, an easy-to-read, explosion-proof meter designed for safe or hazardous environments such as oil wells and chemical storage.







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