Field-mounted meters for level, flow, pressure, or temperature
Precision Digital's Vantageview Series of NEMA 4X Field-Mounted Meters are designed for use in virtually any industrial process that involves level, flow, pressure, or temperature.
Precision Digital's Vantageview Series of NEMA 4X Field-Mounted Meters are designed for use in demanding applications in wet or dirty environments that do not require agency approvals. They can be used for virtually any industrial process that involves level, flow, pressure, or temperature. Unique SafeTouch through-window buttons allow operation without removing the cover. They are available in 4-20 mA loop-powered and pulse input models powered by the output loop, DC, or battery.
The Vantageview Series includes large, dual-line displays for viewing critical process variables clearly at a distance, even in direct sunlight. Models are available for single process variables, rate and total, feet and inches displays for level applications, and a larger one-inch display for long-range visibility. Each meter features a polycarbonate enclosure with built-in mounting flanges and a rear groove for sturdy wall or pipe mounting; the integrated tamper seal loop tab allows for an additional layer of security.
Programming and operation of the meters can be done without opening the housing, using the built-in SafeTouch through-window buttons. Each meter is equipped with up to four sensors that operate as through-window buttons so the unit can be programmed and operated without removing the cover (and exposing the electronics) in harsh environments. These buttons can be disabled for security with a switch located inside the enclosure. The clear, impact-resistant polycarbonate window makes the Vantageview meters ideal for applications where restrictions on glass exist, such as food production.
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