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Temperature Indicators

Temperature Indicators offer a range of indicators, transmitters and monitoring systems for temperature measurement applications. From a basic temperature indicator up to a powerful temperature monitor with high / low level monitoring, signal transmission, four alarm outputs as well as full Modbus communication.
Fluidwell flow rate indicator, totalizer, batch controller F-Series

Field Mount - F Series

The F-Series is a robust range of field mount indicators,
controllers and monitoring systems for flow, level, pressure
and temperature measurement in industrial environments.
Models include: F040, F043, F190

Fluidwell indicator, transmitter, controller D-series

DIN Panel Mount - D Series

DIN Panel mount Indicators Robust and water tight!
The D-Series is available as DIN panel mount indicator, transmitter, controller and monitoring system
for flow, level, pressure and temperature measurement applications in industrial environments.
Models include: D040, D043

Basic features
  • Key information at a glance, simultaneously showing temperature, measuring units, and alarm messages. 
  • Clear operator messages e.g. “low temp” or “alarm lo”. 
  • “Know one, know them all” configuration structure, saving time, cost and aggravation. 
  • Robust GRP, aluminum and Stainless steel 316L enclosures, resistant to harsh weather conditions. 
  • Easy mounting: on walls, pipes, panels or directly on sensor. • The temperature engineering units: °C, °F, K or no unit.
Advanced features
  • Temperature re-transmission, is offered with the analog output. 
  • Temperature monitoring with high/low alarm values and (multiple) digital alarm outputs. 
  • LED backlight ensuring perfect readings in all lighting conditions.
  • Modbus Communication. 
  • Intrinsically safe available for hazardous area applications.
  • Piegraph as graphical indication of the actual temperature. 
  • Custom measuring unit with max. 8 characters. 
  • Configurable hysteresis modes for alarm set- and resetpoints.
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