The DIGILOW digital display can be used with strain gauge sensors measuring force, pressure or torque.
The range of functions has been limited deliberately to ensure operation is simple and self-explanatory. With its unique, large and clear digit height of 20 mm, the digital display can be installed easily in process control panels and control cabinets. Thanks to the large choice of measurement signals that can be indicated, the display is ideal for use in a huge range of industry-based applications.
As a simple and compact digital display, it can also be used as a multi-channel solution in laboratory or test systems, where several different measurements may need to be taken and displayed simultaneously.
The front panel TARE function for the strain gauge sensor input makes it easy to zero the display for processes where an initial load may be applied (containers’ own weight, pre-tensioning of sensor by tool adaptation and so on).
Production-oriented evaluation and control functions can be implemented using the limit generation option.
State-of-the-art microprocessor technology has allowed the realization of numerous special functions for practical use. Menu guidance of device setup is standard. Selfexplanatory abbreviations greatly facilitate this process so that even inexperienced users can manage without operating instructions. First, the user specifies the type of input signal or sensor. Then the calibration process is selected. The user can choose between teach-in, calibration according to sensor protocol or a combination of the two.
User-friendly linearization of up to 30 measurement points makes an exact recording of the corresponding sensor curve possible. Internal analog/digital conversion of up to 550 measuring values per sec. with subsequent averaging ensures stable and high-precision measurements. The position of the decimal point can be set as needed. The excitation voltage mentioned in the technical data can be selected, depending on the set sensor type. Complete electrical isolation of the measurement channel prevents measurement values from being falsified by ground loops.