Our multifunctional process displays acquire current, voltage, RTD, TC, and resistance-type sensor signals via the universal input. Current process values are easy to read on the five-digit backlit displays. The bar graph also provides you with a quick overview. Alarm states can be identified easily from a distance because the display changes to red.
Field Analog series process displays enable you to monitor and display analog and temperature signals, and to control them via digital and analog inputs and outputs, even in the Ex area. The products are available for control panel mounting or for distributed installation directly in the field. Benefit from easy configuration, good readability, and international approvals.More information
- Easy configuration of process displays, either via front keypad or using FDT/DTM software
- Everything at a glance on the display: values, bar graphs, or measuring point designations, plus color change in the event of an error
- Easy installation with standardized housing dimensions and plug-in connection terminal blocks
- Digitally transfer and display process data with HART®-compatible display versions
- International use with UL and CSA approvals
- Also for intrinsically safe circuits in the Ex area: versions with ATEX, CSA, and FM approval
Process displays overview
Display your 4 ... 20 mA and HART® signals on the output loop-powered process displays. Up to four alternating measured values from a sensor are mapped via HART®. Benefit from low voltage drops of less than one volt (<1.9 V HART®) when used in Ex applications, where typically only a limited voltage is available.
The compact process displays offer you cost-efficient monitoring of standardized current and voltage signals as well as frequency and pulse signals. In addition, the setpoint adjuster for standard signals helps you to easily integrate standardized signals or a freely programmable, time-controlled signal sequence of 0 ... 12 V or 0 ... 24 mA into your process.
Acquire limit values with multifunctional Field Analog process displays
The multifunctional FA MCR(-EX)-D-TUI-UI-2REL-UP process displays are particularly suitable as limit switches for monitoring limit values. The products continuously acquire your process values and switch the relay outputs as soon as a value exceeds or drops below the set limit value.
Example of pumped-medium temperature monitoring:
In pump applications, it is useful to monitor the liquid being pumped. This helps in preventing drive overloads. If the solidifying point of the pumped medium is above the ambient temperature, the medium temperature monitoring system stops the pump from starting up until the viscosity of the medium allows operation. In this process, the temperature signals are continuously monitored for upper and lower limit violations and controlled by the process display.