Current-to-pressure transmitter series
Moore Industries' IPH2/IPX2 Current-to-Pressure (I/P) Transmitter features 22 direct and reverse output ranges and feature a removable electronics module that speeds the recovery process.
Moore Industries' IPH2/IPX2 Current-to-Pressure (I/P) Transmitter features 22 direct and reverse output ranges, with switch-selectable reverse output standard on the IPX2. Both products meet NEMA Type 4x requirements and the IPX2 can be installed in explosion-proof environments, making it useful for oil and gas applications and other hazardous settings.
Another feature is a removable electronics module, which speeds the recovery process by allowing the liquid to drain more efficiently. When the removable electronics module is combined with the clog-resistant filtered nozzle and orifice that protects against clogging caused by internal debris, the result is a product that is easier to maintain and less prone to malfunctions caused by unwanted material entering into the system.
The two-wire (loop-powered) IPH2 and IPX2 accept a current signal from a DCS, PLC or other control system and converts it into a pneumatic signal to provide precise, proportional control of valves, actuators and other pneumatically-controlled devices.
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