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Process limit alarms monitor sensor or process current input signals and trip a relay output if the input exceeds a user-defined hi/lo setpoint limit. Select from AC-, DC, and loop-powered models. Configuration is easy with Windows software, push-buttons, switches, or pots for settings depending on the series. Other
cost-effective alternatives are transmitters with integrated alarms or remote I/O modules for Modbus networks with built-in trips for local alarm functions.

Universal Input – Limit Alarms
Compare a wide variety of temperature, voltage, and other input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

DC Voltage/Current Input – Limit Alarms
Compare 0-100V DC, ±100V DC, or 0-22mA DC input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

 

AC Voltage/Current Input – Limit Alarms
Compare 0 to 20A AC current input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

Millivolt Input – Limit Alarms
Compare ±100mV DC sensor input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

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Thermocouple Input – Limit Alarms
Compare thermocouple Type J, K, T, R, S, E, B, or N temperature sensor input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

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Frequency Input – Limit Alarms
Compare 0-50KHz frequency or 0-65535 pulse input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

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RTD / Resistance Input – Limit Alarms
Compare Platinum, Copper, or Nickel RTD temperature sensor input signals against user-defined hi/lo setpoint alarm limits for failsafe relay trip activation.

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Accessories – Limit Alarms
Select from an assortment of power supplies, adapters, cables, and mounting kits to simplify installation.

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