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Control analyzer mPDS 5
densityfor water analysisfor the food industry

control analyzer
control analyzer
control analyzer
control analyzer
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
control, density
Applications
for water analysis, for the food industry
Configuration
in-line
Other characteristics
digital, with touchscreen, continuous

Description

Evaluation unit with graphical color display and touchscreen: mPDS 5 The mPDS 5 evaluation unit is ideal for all online/inline density and concentration measurements with process transducers. mPDS 5 continuously determines the density and concentration of liquids and gases. Numerous user programs are integrated: extract, alcohol and original extract of beer; alcohol measurement in distilleries; measurement of Brix and sweetener in beverages; CO2 in beer and soft drinks; density; specific gravity; API gravity of petroleum products and density measurement of gases. Using customer-specific polynomials and special programs you can create your own solutions. Key Features Limit monitoring Alarms help you prevent out-of-spec production Up to 999 products with various concentration formulas Flexible connection to your plant Perfect integration via analog, digital, Ethernet (LAN) and bus interfaces Color touchscreen Intuitive operation Flexibly configurable graphic and numeric display fields Technical Specifications Transducer inputAnton Paar Transducers Analog inputs0/4 to 20 mA active or passive Digital inputs12 DIO per Interface Board, maximum 4 boards (48 DIO) Counter inputsFor bottle counter Relays for limit monitoring24 V, 0.7 A Analog outputs4 to 20 mA active Graphic display8.4" Touch Display 640x480 InterfaceEtherNet (LAN), USB, CAN, PROFIBUS DP, EtherNet IP, Modbus TCP, DeviceNet, PROFINET IO

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