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DPG8XX ONE OR TWO CHANNEL LIQUID LEVEL GAUGE



This single or dual channel Dataport LLG accepts inputs from one
or two 4 to 20 mA transmitters that can be powered from the
Dataport or from an external control system. Two pushbuttons on
the front of the enclosure are used to put the display into “FILL”
mode to show the rapidly changing tank level or to change the
mode of the display(s). The unit is usually battery powered but
there are a variety of other power supply options. The solar panel
(when fitted) and any field wiring cables are brought into the
enclosure from below using IP67 cable glands.







DPW422 DUAL CHANNEL WIRELESS WRTU



This dual channel Dataport WRTU accepts inputs from one or two
4 to 20 mA transmitters that can be powered from the Dataport or
from an external control system. Two pushbuttons on the front of
the enclosure are used to put the display into “FILL” mode to show
the rapidly changing tank level or to change the mode of the
display(s). The unit can be fitted with either a GSM or a REFLEX
radio and a variety of power supply options. The solar panel and
any field wiring cables are brought into the enclosure from below
using IP67 cable glands.






DPE460 6 CHANNEL EXPLOSION PROOF WIRELESS WRTU
without a display





This version of the Dataport is a six channel WRTU that accepts inputs
from one up to four 4 to 20 mA transmitters that are normally powered
from the Dataport plus 2 thermocouples that are used to detect cold gas
exiting from a vent pipe. Two pushbuttons on the top of the board are
used to put the display into “DEBUG” mode for commissioning
purposes. The unit can be fitted with a GSM, radio and a primary lithium
battery pack.
The unit is normally fitted with a GPS radio that keeps track of the unit
anywhere worldwide. In order for this feature to function correctly, the
top of the enclosure needs to have a clear view of the sky.































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BestValue Admin,
May 4, 2011, 8:25 PM