Temperature/process meters

Omega's Dpi-AL temperature/process meter series is designed to provide flexibility in process measurement and alarm applications and can be used in several industries including food, chemical, and manufacturing.

08/01/2013


Omega's Dpi-AL temperature/process meter series is designed to provide flexibility in process measurement and alarm applications and can be used in several industries including food, chemical, and manufacturing. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega’s Dpi-AL series configures meters with alarms that have universal inputs, strong accuracy, 2 relay alarm outputs, programmable color displays, built-in excitation, AC or DC powered units, front removable plug connectors, and a programmable digital filter.

The Dpi-AL series is designed to provide flexibility in process measurement and alarm applications. This product can be used to monitor the temperature of a clean room and with the programmable alarm setpoints the meter can provide a visual display color change and alarm relay outputs if alarm condition exists. It is ideal for the food, automotive, plastics, manufacturing, and chemical industries.

Omega Engineering

www.omega.com 

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