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Clamp on this process meter to measure currents

By Chemical Engineering |

Launched last month, the CL420 Clamp-on Process Meter measures 0–120-mA d.c. process-control signals without breaking the loop. Typical applications include distributed control systems, programmable logic controllers, pressure and temperature transmitters and loop-powered isolators and indicators. The device offers a 0.2% accuracy and 0.01-mA resolution from 0 to 20 mA d.c. Other features include milliampere measurement and percent-of-span for 4–20-mA, dual LCD numeric display, LED torch light and data-hold function and a 6-mm-dia. clamp. An analog output is also available. — Yokogawa Corp. of America, Newnan, Ga.

www.yokogawa.com/us
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