Trumeter Process Meter

There is a lot of talk about ‘data’ these days. But what can be just important as the data is how you communicate it. In the example of sensors, an analog or digital dataset needs to be communicated to the user in a meaningful way. For example, this can be converting:

  • A voltage reading on a fuel level sensor to the number of gallons in a non-symmetric tank
  • A current output from an encoder/drawwire to a linear length of a boom arm
  • Using a voltage output from an inclinometer to warn a user that a piece of equipment is at risk of tip over

The Trumeter process meter is a legible, easy to use, multi-format, programmable panel meter. It utilizes user-configurable, non-linearization techniques that can customize performance all through a simple GUI (Graphical User Interface). It offers a programmable scale and custom annunciators that help users tailor it to display critical parameters exactly when a parameter is out of range. The 2 outputs can be used to connect the Process Meter to other systems in the process. With standard units coming equipped to measure both voltage and current, a single part number can be a solution for a wide variety of analog sensors.

Features and Benefits

  • 0V to 10V, 0mA to 50mA input range
  • Large, 4-digit, positive LCD display
  • 40-segment bar graph display
  • Separate starburst display area for annunciators, custom messages and alarm information
  • User-adjustable back light brightness, color and intensity
  • Wide viewing angle
  • 2 independent outputs
  • 2 independent alarm set-points
  • USB port to connect to PC for custom user settings
  • Use configurable non-linearization table
  • Operating temperature ranges between -10°C and 60°C

Example of two Trumeter Process Meters installed in an enclosure to provide pitch and roll leveling information from an inclinometer in an off-road vehicle.

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