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PM1000 Series

Plug-in Display

PM1000
  • Indication range -999 to 9999
  • Plugs on to any transmitter with 4-20 mA output
  • Bright LED display
  • Set point option
  • Easy to use
  • Provides compact localised display

The PM1000 series is a 4 digit LED plug-on display for use with transmitters with 4-20 mA 2 wire output and fitted with DIN43650 connector. It provides a local display for a multitude of applications.

The plug-on display simply fits between the transmitter plug and connecting cable socket and is powered from the 4-20 mA current loop signal of the transmitter. No additional power source is required.

Display settings are stored in non-volatile EEPROM, and can be easily modified through the menu using two programming buttons. Set-up parameters (zero, span, decimal point position, filter, and set-point level) can all be reprogrammed and stored and retained when power is removed. The display assembly inside the enclosure can be rotated through 90º steps, which will suit any mounting angle and simple installation.

Model PM1000 is the standard version providing a 4 digit LED display. An integral open-drain switch output is provided on model PM1001. This can be programmed to open or close at a set-point level. The output can then be used to trigger an alarm or provided external controller.

Typical applications for the plug-on display include use on pressure, temperature, level, RH, or flow transmitters for local readout, alarm activation or control.

Adaptations for custom connectors can be made and available on request.

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