New 1/32 DIN programmable PID controllers
Omega introduces CNi32 and Dpi32 series programmable temperature/process PID controllers.
Omega has launched its new high-accuracy series of 1/32 DIN programmable temperature/process meters and PID controllers with RS-232 and RS-484 communication. The company says the new user-friendly and easy-to-configure Dpi32 and CNi32 are the first full series of instruments with programmable color displays. The CNi32 features two outputs: control, alarm or retransmission of process variable. Universal inputs can receive data from thermocouples, RTDs, or other devices with a voltage or current signal. This series has free software, active X controls, and built-in 24 Vdc excitation as standard on units without dc power or communication options.
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