Global Water EZ100 LCD Sensor Display

The Global Water EZ100 LCD Sensor Display features a large LCD readout that can be configured to display 4-20mA electronic sensor output values in any engineering unit.


  • Seamless interface with 4-20mA electronic sensors
  • Can be used for both portable and permanent installations
  • Rugged, weatherproof enclosure
List Price $639.87
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The Global Water EZ100 Display features a large LCD readout that can be configured to display 4-20mA electronic sensor output values in any engineering unit. The portable display is housed in a rugged, weatherproof enclosure that can be either handheld or wall-mounted.

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Is the LCD Sensor display waterproof?
No, the EZ100 LCD Sensor Display is only water resistant, not waterproof.
How is the LCD Sensor Display powered?
The EZ100 sensor display has two power options. The display comes with two 9V lithium batteries that should be replaced annually. It can also be connected to an external power source that provides 12 VDC to 36 VDC for continuous power.
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