IntelliPack® Intelligent Transmitters, Alarms, and Math Modules

The IntelliPack series is a high-performance line of multi-function I/O modules. IntelliPack units feature universal input/output ranges and an intelligent microcontroller to provide extreme flexibility and powerful signal conditioning capabilities.

Since each IntelliPack module supports many I/O configurations, you can handle a broad range of applications with only a few models. Now you can reduce your spare inventory stock and still remain covered in an emergency.

Windows® XP® and newer software helps you quickly configure IntelliPacks for your application. With just a few mouse clicks, you can select your desired input/output ranges and other operating parameters from a list of available options. And if your operating requirements change, a simple reconfiguration lets you adapt in a hurry with minimal downtime.

Once configured, IntelliPacks are very easy to adjust in the field with standard calibrators (no PC required). Front panel push buttons simplify changes to setpoints, deadbands, and zero/fullscale values. LEDs clearly indicate the status and mode of operation.

Typical software screen. Data is uploaded from the IntelliPack module.

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IntelliPack transmitter units convert sensor inputs to isolated process current or voltage output signals. Each unit accepts a variety of input and output ranges to support a broad range of applications. An optional relay output enables local alarms. Plus, the internal microcontroller can perform many signal processing and transfer functions.


IntelliPack alarm units monitor sensor inputs and provide relay actuation if conditions exceed user-defined limits. An internal microcontroller provides signal processing and logic functions, normally found only in expensive controllers, for a variety of intelligent alarm functions. Dual relay units support two different alarm functions at the same time.

Math Modules

IntelliPack math modules perform a variety of complex mathematical computations on up to four input signals and provide a DC or frequency output signal that represents the calculated result. Typical applications include calculating sums, deltas, averages, flow rates, volumes, and tracking minimum/maximum values. Equations are entered using a freeform format, the same as in most popular spreadsheet programs.

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