Impress Sensors & Systems will be introducing a range of new pressure and level transmitters on stand A5 at the Sensors+Systems for Control and Instrumentation exhibition (14-15 September 2011 at the NEC, Birmingham).
New products on the stand will include: the IDSL and IDCL submersible level transmitters with 'Dual' 4-20mA current loop outputs for both level and temperature measurement; the DM01 high-accuracy digital pressure gauge with integrated data logging and serial interface; the DCT Series digital output pressure transmitter with RS485 communications; and the DMP339 pressure transmitter with 1/4-inch flush diaphragm.
Also due to be unveiled at the show will be the DMP304 ultra-high-pressure transmitters in which the design of the sensor is based on a compensated strain gauge, bonded to a stainless steel diaphragm. With its rugged, stainless steel housing, the sensor offers a maximum nominal pressure of 6000bar, making it suitable for use in a wide range of high-pressure industrial applications such as hydraulic circuits, water jet spraying, and high-pressure chemicals and pharmaceuticals applications.
Control and instrumentation
In addition to pressure and level transmitters, the stand will also showcase Impress Sensors' comprehensive range of control and instrumentation systems, including process meters and multi-channel controllers.
For example, the CMC-99 multi-channel controller is a compact unit with touch-screen display, which is suitable for the simultaneous measurement and control of a wide variety of manufacturing processes. As well as providing up to eight PID control functions, the controller now comes with integrated JAVA Applets, enabling users to create web pages in order to view process data in real time via the device's Ethernet connection. The CMC-99 is therefore suitable for a wide range of process applications, including: centralised temperature measurement and control; multi-zone heating control; intermediate pumping station control; spraying and heating control for greenhouses; control of industrial furnaces and incinerators; and for engine test cell measurements.
Sam Drury, the Sales & Marketing Director at Impress Sensors & Systems, comments: "We want to make the stand more interactive for visitors to the show, so there will be more working demonstrations of our pressure and level transmitters, as well as a live set up showing the CMC-99 controller and indicators connected to a working control panel."
For more information go to www.impress-sensors.co.uk or to arrange a product demonstration on the stand, call the sales department on +44 (0)118 981 7980.