If you need to measure any process variable, and you want a meter that is easy to install and set up, the Intuitive Series of 1/8 DIN digital panel meters is for you.
User-friendly, reliable and accurate, with a 3 year warranty. We design, manufacture and supply to all parts of the world. Prices for all our products are on the price list page in the manuals and forms section.
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Also available in 144 x 72mm format - The Maxi-INT4 series.
One of a large number of Hydrogen Sulphide concentration displays we made for a customer involved in oil exploration
These panel meters are designed especially to be super easy to set up, saving you valuable time and money. Plus, they are precise, stable, cost effective and available from stock. You and your staff will be delighted with the clear, high contrast display, which has adjustable brightness to suit all viewing environments.
They make perfect commercial sense, even when compared to cheaper meters, because they take so little time to set up and will continue working perfectly for years and years even in harsh industrial environments.
See how easy INT4 digital panel meters are to calibrate...
They can be set to display 2,3,4,5 or 6 digits and have a wide range of plug-in options to give you useful control, recording and communications functions.
They accept most industrial sensors, so you can use one familiar range of products for many applications. All are RoHS compliant.
The 1/8 DIN format INT4 is a drop-in replacement for the old INT2, but has a clearer setup system and higher performance signal processing. It looks the same, connects the same but works far better.
Mounting dimensions for our most popular panel meter - the INT4 series ..
A group of INT4 digital panel meters in a batching control panel
You can be confident when using our digital panel meters in harsh environments.
Here, an INT4-C digital panel meter counter is mounted on a concrete batching vehicle.
You can see the SPC-4 IP67 cover protecting the meter, which we make for harsh installations such as this.
The meter is subjected to road spray off the wheels and needs to be clearly readable in direct sunlight.
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Our Wallbox option, showing an INT-4 panel meter with SPC4 splashproof cover...
We can also include up to 4 alarms and coloured beacons for you, to clearly show alarm status from afar. We can also add audible sounders to draw atttention to important vaues being attained.
An INT4-L load-cell panel meter in a portable carrying case, part number PCC1
Other useful accessories for our digital panel meters include:-
IP67 splash proof covers
Data logging to cloud or local drive
Wireless communications modules such as T24
Portable carrying cases for testing on site
Custom software for unique applications
We can also offer near-equivalent replacements for discontinued LSI products such as the Newport Electronics Inc Quanta Q2000 and Q9000 series, 201A series, 202A, 2002, the 6155A-S, as well as many discontinued programmable panel meters from Dixson, DataTrack, Amplicon, Red Lion etc. Just ask and we will do our best to help you.
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