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Bargraph and Ribbon displays
Bargraph and Ribbon displays are ideal for showing relative amounts, such as level, temperature, weight, pressure etc.
They give a quick idea of how hot, heavy, full etc something is.
4-20mA, 0-10V process input bargraph displays
Display almost any physical variable... The bargraph displays on this page accept most common process signals such as 4-20mA, 0-10V, 1-5V etc. All can be scaled to read in your preferred engineering units.
Most have a 24V excitation output voltage which you can use to power a 2 wire or 3 wire input loop.
Suited for these applications and more:-
Level measurement - use a depth or level sensor
Pressure measurement - use a pressure transmitter sensor
Tank contents display - use a level sensor
Temperature measurement - use a temperature transmitter
Humidity measurement - use a humidity transmitter
Any physical variable having a 4-20mA or 0-10V signal
We now have Exact, FORM, FIT and FUNCTIONAL new-manufacture replacement units for OBSOLETED BE101 and BE051 Bargraphs. IDENTICAL inputs, display, control and communication.
For details, please call and we will pass your request to our authorised distributor.
Model BAR-A and BAR-X
The BAR-X and BAR-A are user friendly programmable process bargraph displays.
The BAR-A is for display only, the BAR-X includes 2 alarm relays.
They can mount either vertically or horizontally and are unique in their ease of setup - programmable, but without menus!
A fully customisable scale sheet fits behind the protective front window, to allow you to read off the value in your own engineering units.
Current input, Voltage input, Excitation
Suits direct connection, 2 wire active or passive loop and 3 wire transmitter systems.
Custom special bargraphs.
We can make customised versions of our bargraphs to suit your exact needs. Just tell us what you want and we will be pleased to quote.
Using an INT4-P to drive a Titan message display as a bargraph...
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