Signal conditioners - Pepperl+Fuchs

Nov. 6, 2009
The 12.5-mm-wide KC Series signal conditioners feature low-power consumption, which reduces heat output.
 The 12.5-mm-wide KC Series signal conditioners feature low-power consumption, which reduces heat output. The SIL-rated modules deliver broad range with three-port isolation, and are easily programmed and configured in the field with pushbutton or dip-switch logic functions. Features include limit detection with form-C alarm contacts, fault detection, alarm functionality, loop-powered and analog isolators, and removable terminals for lower maintenance costs. The conditioner’s smaller size reduces the number of cabinets required, eliminating additional cabinet hardware and wiring costs.Pepperl+Fuchs, 1600 Enterprise Pkwy., Twinsburg, OH 44087, (330) 486-0002, www.pepperl-fuchs.com

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