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Large Digital Slave displays with RS232 and RS485 input
New: Versions now available with Atex certification
Useful functions in our large display range...
The Fusion range of Large digit slave displays let you clearly see important information from a distance. We make large displays which accept most common ASCII data signals such as RS232, RS422 and RS485. These are ideal for crane load displays, weighbridge displays, temperature, humidity, power, RPM etc.
The largest versions such as this 16 inch large display are ideal for use in large factories and outdoor installation
The Fusion family accepts the following signals:-
All common baud rates are accepted and the displays can extract data to display from complex strings.
Uniquely, these displays can also be easily scaled to read your process variable in different units, for example the data might be in kg but you want to display pounds. Thanks to a user-friendly calibration system, this sort of flexibility is easy to achieve. Displays are available to show your measurement
in 3,4,5 or 6 digit format. We can also print units text on the display to show kg, oC, Bar, %rh, mmHg, litres, gallons, tonnes etc.
A 4 inch large digit crane load display during test...
Large display Output Options
Our displays also have a wide range of useful output options:-
0-10V, isolated and fully scalable
4-20mA, isolated and fully scalable
2 Alarm relays
4 Alarm relays
If it's important and you want everyone to know about it, display it on a Fusion Large display...
New: Ex nR Atex large digit slave displays
For hazardous areas we can offer the following explosion proof options on most large digit slave displays. Tell us what you need and we will be pleased to quote for Atex certified systems
Zone 1 ii 2 G Ex px iiC T6/T5/T4 Gb *
Zone 2 ii 3 G Ex nR iiC T6/T5/T4 Gc **
EXD Zone 2 on request - POA
* - Requires pressurised air system
** - any product
The London Electronics ATEX certified large digit slave displays are supplied certified for use in the condition in which they are supplied. No liability will be assumed for any loss or damages of any nature, direct or indirect, including any loss of profits or consequential damages, injury or death suffered or incurred by the buyer as a consequence of failure to install, use and/or apply the product within the scope of the installation document and certification supplied.
A portable test jig by Aqualogy, including a 57mm Fusion large display during work for Welsh Water. This system is used in an innovative system to clean pipes out by forcing a plug of compressed ice slurry through the system....
Top features of these Large displays:
Fully sealed IP65 all round
Sealed IP65 as standard for outdoor or food processing use.
Viewing distances available from 25m up to 160m
Wall, Suspension or panel mounting
95-265V AC or 11-30V DC power supply
Alarm output relays, analog output and comms output options
Wide choice of display colours
Download our guide with ideas on how to improve the efficiency of your operation...
What size characters do I need?
With London Electronics displays, you have a wide choice of character heights for different viewing distances.
You should measure the maximum viewing distance you'll need, and use this calculator to work out the ideal character size for you.
This will make sure you won't have to struggle to read the display. And, you won't pay too much for a display which is bigger than you need.
The optional wired Remote Programmer for the Fusion series, model RPFUSION, is supplied complete with 2m of cable and circular 5 pin connector.
Displays have programming buttons on their front panels, but if a display is mounted high up, this remote programmer may be useful.
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