Compact Digital Panel Meters with Diverse Input/Output Options
The MT4N series compact digital panel meters are available in various input and output options, allowing flexible application in diverse environments. The units can display measured values between -1999 and 9999, and features various user-friendly functions including high/low-limit display scale, AC frequency measurement, zero-point adjustment, and PV transmission output scale function.
- Various input/output options (by model)
- – Input options : DC voltage, DC current, AC voltage, AC current
- – Output options : RS485 communication output, transmission output (DC 4-20mA), NPN/PNP open collector output, relay contact output ( default option : indicator/no output)
- Maximum allowed input : 50VDC, DC 500mA, 250VAC, AC 5A
- Display range : -1999 to 9999
- High/low-limit display scale function
- AC frequency measurement (range : 0.1 to 9999 Hz)
- Various functions : peak display value monitoring, display cycle delay, zero-point adjustment, peak display value correction, PV transmission output (DC 4-20mA) scale, etc.
- Power supply : 12-24VDC/VAC, 100-240VAC
RS485 Communication (Modbus RTU)
Various Input/Output Options Available
Input options include DC voltage, DC current, AC voltage, and AC current. Output options include RS485 communication output, PV transmission output (DC 4-20mA), NPN/PNP open collector output, relay contact output.
High/Low Limit Display Scale Function
The high/low limit display scale function allows users to choose and display the minimum and maximum value of target input.
Compact Size : DIN W48mm×H24mm
The compact sized design allows space saving installation
Comprehensive Device Management Program, DAQMaster
The RS485 communication input models can be configured using DAQMaster, a comprehensive device management program.
Parameter configuration and status monitoring is possible through PCs.
Please refer to the user manual and software for detailed information. Download
Panel meters used to measure and display voltage and current of processes on LCD inspection machines