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High Speed Load/Strain Meters and Process/Voltmeters, Dual Differential Inputs Available

Item# DP7600

High Speed Load/Strain Meters and Process/Voltmeters, Dual Differential Inputs Available High Speed Load/Strain Meters and Process/Voltmeters, Dual Differential Inputs Available

Description

The DP7600 is a high speed load/strain meter. The unit performs 1000 conversions per second with limit checking and peak/runout tracking done at a user selectable rate (from 1 to 500 Hz). Peak and runout data can also be displayed using the front panel switches. A tare reading, up to 50% of span, can be entered with a single front panel push button.
The DP7700 is a high speed process/voltmeter with many of the same features. The DP7700 accepts most process inputs from 0-200 mV to 0-10 Vdc and 4-20 mA current loops. Transducer/loop power of ±15 Vdc @ 50 mA is standard.
Programming both meters is accomplished via five switches located on the front panel. The text at the top of the switch (NORMAL, PEAK, RUNOUT, TARE, ABS/REL) indicates its normal function. The text at the lower half of the switch (ENTER, UP, DOWN, NEXT, EXIT) indicates the switch’s function during setup and calibration.
DP7600
  • 5-Digit Display
  • Dual Inputs Available
  • All Programming and Calibrating Via 5 Front Panel Switches
  • Programmable Digital Filter, 1 to 500 Hz Cutoff
  • 16-Bit A/D Converter (65000 Counts)
  • Tare (Zero) up to 50% of Span with Single Pushbutton
  • Peak Detect and Run Out Modes
  • 115/230 Vac Power, Field Selectable
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1-9 C$1,140.00
10-24 C$1,083.00
25-49 C$1,026.00
50-99 C$969.00
100-499 C$912.00
500+ C$855.00

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 10 weeks

Product Specs

  • Housing Material Aluminum case
  • Power 8 Watts
  • RTD Connection -20 {C} (-4 {F})

Description

The DP7600 is a high speed load/strain meter. The unit performs 1000 conversions per second with limit checking and peak/runout tracking done at a user selectable rate (from 1 to 500 Hz). Peak and runout data can also be displayed using the front panel switches. A tare reading, up to 50% of span, can be entered with a single front panel push button.
The DP7700 is a high speed process/voltmeter with many of the same features. The DP7700 accepts most process inputs from 0-200 mV to 0-10 Vdc and 4-20 mA current loops. Transducer/loop power of ±15 Vdc @ 50 mA is standard.
Programming both meters is accomplished via five switches located on the front panel. The text at the top of the switch (NORMAL, PEAK, RUNOUT, TARE, ABS/REL) indicates its normal function. The text at the lower half of the switch (ENTER, UP, DOWN, NEXT, EXIT) indicates the switch’s function during setup and calibration.

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