The APM is one of the most advanced digital process panel meters on the market. It utilises user-configurable, non-linearisation techniques to customise performance. This allows non-linear sensors such as thermocouples and pressure transducers to be used to their maximum potential. It is all down to the process meter’s proprietary software which can configure up to 20 points in a non-linear conversion table.
The Process Meter for speed, flow, pressure monitoring
An incredibly versatile panel meter, the APM process meter is ideal for a range of applications when used in conjunction with equipment such as digital RPM meters or liquid flow meter/sensors:
- Speed monitoring
- Liquid flow management
- Pressure measurement
It has been designed to work in conjunction with flow sensors or pressure transducers to display, for example, rate of flow or tank levels. It offers precise control and measurement with readings accurate to 0.1% or better. The digital and analog outputs allow for the process meter to be integrated with other systems in the process. By using its user-programmable input the process meter can measure -10V to +10V; 0-10V; 4-20mA; 0-20mA or 10-50mA.
Programmable Digital Process Meter
It has 15 configurations pre-installed for use straight out of the box. Alternatively, it can be user-programmed to display critical parameters exactly as needed. The process meter helps increase productivity and improve safety. Users can customise the annunciators, scale, set points and alarms all through the APM configuration software.
Dynamic backlighting, in conjunction with customisable set points, display when critical parameters have been met. Operators are visually alerted when a parameter is out of range (or is approaching it) by the panel meter’s screen flashing and/or changing colour or intensity.
Feature-packed and precisely designed and engineered, the APM is the ideal modern digital process panel meter. The APM’s unique design combines the instant recognition of traditional analog panel meters with the precision of modern digital process panel meters. The LCD screen has a wide viewing angle and is backlit for enhanced visibility in almost any environmental conditions and available in either positive or negative LCD display.