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Welcome to our akYtec Quick Tip #2! In this video, we will show you how you can create your own macros in our programming environment ALP.Read More
Welcome to our akYtec Quick Tip #1! In this video, we will show you how you can use the PT1000 macro for direct temperature measurements with the programmable relays PR200.Read More
In this video, we will use the programming environment akYtec ALP to create a multi-mode control program for an industrial mixer.Read More
In this video, we will use the programming environment akYtec ALP to create a multi-mode light control system that only requires one pushbuttonRead More
Part 1: Webinar for Beginners – Overview of the programming environment akYtec ALP Part 2: Webinar for Beginners – Practical Programming with akYtec ALPRead More
We gradually increase your knowledge about the PR200 functionality and make you more confident at programming this device by using the akYtec ALP programming software.Read More
9/9/2020 2:59 PM
You have already bought our PR200 Mini-PLC or contemplating doing so – this video will be useful either way. The video provides a quick overview of the device as well as initial steps on its use.Read More
1/20/2020 2:42 PM
Last November in Nuremberg, Germany, akYtec successfully participated in the SPS2019 expo show as one of 1,585 exhibitors from around the world.Read More

The ITP14 is a universally-applicable process display for monitoring and controlling industrial processes. It has a configurable analog input for voltage signals (0–10 V) or current signals (4–20 mA and others). It also has an NPN transistor output to control a load up to 42 V DC / 200 mA and to implement ON/OFF control. The individual groups (input, output, power supply) are galvanically isolated from each other.

In the following video are presented:

  • - Scope of delivery
  • - Experimental setup with wire connection
  • - Functions and configuration
  • - Simple operation and sample display of a temperature
  • - Configuration of the alarm and activation of the NPN transistor output
  • - Setting of “safe output state”
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In this video the ITP11’s functions and operation are introduced step by step.

Starting with the exterior design, going through the electrical installation until the configuration of:

  • Password function
  • Decimal point position
  • 4 mA – lower limit (-999…9999)
  • 20 mA – upper limit (-999…9999)
  • Damping time
  • Square root function
  • Alarm function
  • Lower setpoint limit
  • Upper setpoint limit
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