Process displays from akYtec are distinguished by their compact and exclusive design. The unique combination of rectangular front and cylindrical back provides advantages in many different aspects.

The cylindrical mounting part allows akYtec digital displays to be fitted into standard Ø22.5 mm bores. This reduces the required mounting area and also allows for faster installation compared to other traditional rectangular devices of this type. Control cabins or control panels use the same holes for the installation of standard signal lights and buttons. Due to their small depth (65 mm), these displays can be installed not only in control cabinets or control panels but also in push-button housings.

porocess display 4-20 mA on tube “these displays can be easily installed into push-button housings due to their small depth (65 mm)”
akYtec displays fit into boreholes of 22.5 mm for standard signal lamps and push buttons“akYtec displays fit into any standard mounting cutout of Ø22.5 mm for the installation of standard signal lamps or push buttons”

The rectangular front (48 x 26 mm) provides much more area to display information than the front of complete cylindrical Ø22.5 mm cases. The measured value is displayed with a character height of 14 mm on a 4-digit 7-segment LED display. The IP65 protected display provides protection against water and dust.

Depending on the input signal, 4 types of displays are available: ITP11, ITP14, ITP16, and SMI2.

ITP11 Process Indicator 4-20 mA

The loop-powered process indicator ITP11 can be connected to any transmitter with a 4-20 mA output and display the current process value in red or green color. The ITP11 can be configured using three function buttons on its cylindrical surface. In addition to signal scaling, the device configuration also includes:

  • - Setting of the decimal point position
  • - Switching between linear and square root function (for special transmitters)
  • - Adjusting of the time constant attenuation of signal fluctuations
  • - Blinking when measured values are outside the set point limits
  • - Indicating errors when exceeding measuring limits
  • - Setting a password to prevent unauthorized access.

The ITP11 is also available as a rectangular universal housing (ITP11-W), which can be mounted directly on the wall, on a DIN rail, or on a tube:

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ITP14 Process Indicator 0-10 V / 4-20 mA

The ITP14 is intended to receive analog signals of 0-10 V or 4-20 mA. Unlike the IPT11, this process display requires a separate supply voltage of 24 VDC and additionally has a digital NPN transistor output. With this output, simple on-off control of a load up to 200 mA / 42 VDC can be implemented. Four functions are available for the control:

ITP14 control functions

The ITP14 offers the same configuration options as the ITP11.

ITP16 Temperature Indicator

The ITP16 supports 4 types of RTDs (Pt50, Pt500 Pt100, and Pt1000) and a wide range of thermocouples, such as K, J, N, T, and many more. In addition, the analog input of the ITP16 can process linear signals of -50 ... 50 mV or 0-1 V. The ITP16 temperature indicator requires 24 V supply voltage and has a digital output for two-point control.

The ITP16 offers the same configuration options as the ITP11 and the ITP14.

SMI2 RS485 Display

The SMI2 is a universally-applicable display unit for monitoring industrial processes via the RS485 interface via the Modbus RTU/ASCII protocol. This display can operate either as a slave or as a master device. It allows easy and cost-effective visualization meeting a wide range of customer requirements. The SMI2 can also be installed in a control panel to display relevant values to the operator.

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