MVD2510 - Control panel measuring amplifier for process control
The MVD 2510 is tailor-made for applications in industrial weighing with strain-gage load cells and which are not subject to official calibration. Typical examples are container and silo weighing as well as gravimetric level measurement.
The MVD 2510 can supply up to four load cells connected in parallel. Apart from the high quality DC amplifier, the instrument also has a digital filter which, with 0.05Hz, effectively suppresses even low frequency container vibrations. Two limit switches are available for supervisory functions which, for example, enable overflow monitoring or a simple dosage control to be provided. The freely scaleable analog output offers further ways of obtaining individualised signal conditioning.
- For weighing applications, e.g. for container and silo weighing
- DC amplifier for strain-gauge full bridges from 80...5000ohm
- Easy operation via rugged, industrial keyboard
- 4 1/2 figure LED display with various special characters
- Auto-tare function
- 2 limit switches
- Scalable analog output (+/-10 V, +/-20 mA, 4...20 mA)
In addition to the industrial amplifiers HBM provides the appropriate ePLAN macros. They allow easy and error-free integration of the instruments in the project planning of the automation environment.
ePLAN Electric P8 is an engineering tool for modern CAE software supported by a database and facilitates consistent project planning, documentation and administration of automation systems. ePLAN macros enable users to easily integrate the process controllers in their project planning. Parts data, drawings and pin assignments are available in ePLAN Electric P8 immediately after import of the macros.
The free macros are available on the documentation CD included in the process controllers' scope of supply and can also be downloaded here.
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