SX80 and SX90 process controllers
Spirax Sarco's SX80 and SX90 process controllers arelow-cost and flexible temperature controllers, offering accurate process control.
The SX80 is a low-cost and flexible temperature controller offering accurate process control. The compact SX80 unit provides a universal process input/output.
The SX90 has been developed for processes that demand a high level of functionality with multiple inputs and outputs. The SX90 provides universal input, three logic inputs, remote set point, potentiometer input, two analogue outputs, valve motor drive output and three relay outputs. Furthermore, the SX90 supports up to five recipe programs, ramping and Modbus RS485 communications.
Both the SX80 and SX90 feature power transmitters for auxiliary instruments.The configurable scrolling text messaging keeps operators informed of their current plant conditions and simplifies menu navigation and commissioning.
Both the SX80 and SX90 feature: power transmitters for auxiliary field instruments, configurable scrolling text messaging, and 5-digital quick start codes for easy set-up and commissioning of the controllers.
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