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The ITP14 is a universally-applicable process display for monitoring and control of industrial processes. It has an 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 potential groups (analog input, output, power supply) have galvanic isolation from each other.

The following video introduces:

  • - 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 NPN transistor output
  • - Settings 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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4/24/2018 2:03 PM

Based on many requests, we have developed and released two new process indicators: ITP14 and ITP16.

The ITP14 is a universally-applicable process display with a voltage/current input, which can be set either for 0-10 V or 4-20 mA.

The ITP16 is temperature display, which supports many RTDs and a lot of different types of thermocouples.

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11/13/2017 10:39 AM

Due to circuitry optimization, the digital display ITP11 has been benefited from a significant improvement in the voltage drop. From now on it reaches 4 V max. Such a low voltage drop allows this process indicator to be powered from an active output of a PLC or other devices that the ITP11 is connected to. In addition, the ITP11 has got the alarm function. If this function is active and the process value is beyond the specified range, the screen starts blinking.

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Configuring the MSD200 data logger for data exchange via Modbus with the MV110-8A Input Module from akYtec over the RS485 interface, and data logging from one of 4-20 mA inputs

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Little Modbus network with Control Panel SPK207 (Master), input module MV110-24.8A (Slave) and an RTD sensor Pt100Read More
Connect our digital display SMI2 to the PR200 with our video example.Read More
Learn about the handling of our PR200. For this purpose we have prepared a video in our new video tutorial set.Read More

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