Optimum dosage and fluid media monitoring

04 February 2019 | Web Article Number: ME201913239

Automation & Robotics
Instrumentation, Measurement & Control
Optimum dosage and fluid media monitoring

INSTROTECH is offering Kobold’s ZED-D electronic dosage devices, which it says are ideally suited for dosing and monitoring fluid media.

They process the signals from separately installed flow sensors and are mostly freely-configurable. The devices are suitable not only for panel mounting, but also robust aluminium field housing (IP 65) for wall mounting or pipe mounting and for direct fitting on the are available.

For integration into standard industrial automation and monitoring systems, the intelligent electronics have two control inputs, one dosage output, another switch output and one analogue output.

Two relays are provided for dosage and monitoring. Whether for pump control, flow monitoring or filling and fine dosages, a large variety of possible settings provides the best possible adjustment for the task in hand. This includes free scaling and a choice of engineering units. A password protects any settings made against operating errors.

“A well-arranged, easily readable two-line display indicates the current flow and the dosage quantity. The devices are operated by using menus and four keys. A Start/Stop button can be used to interrupt the dosage process,” the company said in a statement.

Key features include:

  • 2 x 8-digit LC-Display, backlit
  • Frequency input: 0.2 - 2000 Hz
  • 2 x relay outputs
  • Analogue output
  • Sensor supply
  • Free scaling
  • MIN/MAX memory
  • Switchboard installation or field casing

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