7A31100

INW Panel Display Meters

INW Panel Display Meters

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The Panel Display Meter is a real-time display with optional outputs for use with INW analog and digital sensors.

Features

  • Sunlight-readable red LED display
  • Shows readings for nearly any parameter
  • Optional pump control and sensor power outputs
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Gathering data is useful, but seeing the trends in real-time is invaluable. The INW Panel Meters displays sensor data as soon as it’s generated so the user knows precisely what’s happening - millisecond by millisecond. Sync up one of the Panel Display Meters with a Modbus network of INW Smart Sensors and receive continuous readings on the parameter of choice. Easily programmable, the meter can be adjusted to listen for any address on the bus.

  • Affordable, real-time meter display
  • Displays readings from Smart Sensors: pressure and level, temperature, conductivity, salinity, TDS, pH, ISE, Redox/ORP
  • Rugged NEMA 4 case or install on your own panel rack
  • Sunlight-readable, red LED display (0.56”, 14mm)
  • Powered by 12-36 VDC or 85-265 AC line power
  • Several input options—mA, voltage, temperature, Modbus/RS485
  • Optional 4-20 mA output (for pump control)
  • Optional 24 VDC transmitter voltage output (for sensor power)
  • Maximum/minimum display
  • Optional on/off relay control
  • Compatible with INW Smart Sensors
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INW Panel Display Meters 7A31100 Panel display meter for analog sensor, AC power, 24 VDC output
$285.00
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INW Panel Display Meters 7A31110 Panel display meter for analog sensor, DC power, 4-20mA output
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INW Panel Display Meters 7A32100 Panel display meter for digital sensor, AC power, 4-20mA output & 24 VDC output
$365.00
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INW Panel Display Meters 7A32105 Panel display meter for digital sensor, DC Power, 4-20mA output
$381.00
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