Analog Voltage Laboratory Controllers Datasheets

Acrosense™ Fluid Control Platform -- Acrosense™ FCP-A Controller
from Acro Associates, Inc.

Acro's Acrosense ™ Fluid Control Platform offers engineers the ability to quickly design, prototype and integrate fluid components used for developing medical device and bioprocessing systems. Our patent-pending technology consists of several preconfigured boards that enable basic to... [See More]

  • Control Signal: Analog Voltage Output; Serial / Digital
  • Control: PID
  • Controller Type: Laboratory
  • Features: Multi-Function; Rate Indication/ Control; PC-Based
Limit Switch/Transmitter - Process Transmitter -- RMA42
from Endress+Hauser, Inc.

The RMA42 process transmitter powers the transmitter and processes analog signals from transmitters, particularly from the area of process instrumentation. These signals are monitored, evaluated, calculated, saved, separated, linked, converted and displayed. The signals, intermediate values and the... [See More]

  • Control Signal: Analog Voltage Output; Current Loop Output; Switched Output; Network / Fieldbus Output
  • Control: Limit; Linear
  • Controller Type: Laboratory
  • Features: PC-Based (optional feature)
High Accuracy Process Controller -- 900 Series
from Florite International, Inc.

The 900 Series is an economic one loop microcomputer-based instrument incorporating user selectable digital and analog inputs, as well as analog and relay outputs.  Other 900 Series features include .005% high accuracy PID, batch, and dose control functions. Additionally, the 900 Series encompasses... [See More]

  • Control Signal: Analog Voltage Output; Current Loop Output; Switched Output; Serial / Digital; Network / Fieldbus Output; Screw Terminal
  • Control: Limit; Linear; Feedforward; PID
  • Controller Type: Laboratory
  • Features: PLC; Multi-Function; Datalogger; Is a Chart Recorder; Rate Indication/ Control; Totalizing (Length or Roll Diameter) Indication/ Control

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