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NOVUS just released NP785, an ultra-low differential pressure transmitter for measuring very small differential pressures in neutral and non-corrosive gaseous media. Designed for HVAC systems and industrial environment, the NP785 ensures temperature compensation for long-term stability and complies with electromagnetic compatibility standards, providing robustness and reliability in a wide range of applications.
NP785 can operate bi-directionally, providing the ability to measure differential pressure ranges from vacuum to positive pressure. The device has a linear proportional pressure output and a measuring range configurable via USB (by using the configuration software). The analog output can be set to 0-10 V or 4-20 mA, and features an RS485 port with Modbus RTU retransmission interface. Designed with ABS/PC housing for DIN Rail mounting, this transmitter has nickel connectors that accept pneumatic hoses with internal diameter of 4 or 6 mm.
In addition to providing advanced configuration and diagnostic features, QuickTune allows you to program temperature profiles graphically, providing a broad and detailed process view.
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The universal process indicator’s new version offers 4-20 mA retransmission output, being compatible with I / O modules and PLCs, and extending its functions to an integrated indication.
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