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This scanner can accept up to 16 process variables

By Mary Page Bailey |

Precision Digital

Precision Digital

The Vantageview PD6730X Modbus scanner is designed for accurate display of and quick access to information, locally or remotely, in wet or dirty environments. The scanner can accept up to 16 individually programmed process variables (PVs) from multiple devices, and four math channels allow for calculations on multiple PVs. The pulse input accepts a wide range of flow-transmitter signals, such as millivolt input from a magnetic flowmeter and high-frequency signals. The PD6730X includes backlighting, two open-collector outputs, and an analog output as standard. The scanner is housed in a durable, injection-molded thermal plastic enclosure. — Precision Digital Corp., Holliston, Mass.

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