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Bright-Eyed Digital Display for Modbus Level Sensors

Tired of being up close and personal with your data display? Get your data from a distance with the new DPM-100 digital panel meter from BinMaster. Used indoors or outdoors, the vibrantly bright and large red LED display is visible in bright sunlight, fog, dust, or yards away.

DPM-100 digital panel meter

The DPM-100 digital panel meter is compatible with all your Modbus-enabled sensors. It can be programmed as a Modbus RTU master, slave, or snooper. This versatile device continuously scans for up to 16 process variables providing real-time data to measure, monitor, and control multiple vessels. Simple keypad controls allow users to set and acknowledge alarms and manage output relays at the push of a few buttons.

Use the DPM-100 in conjunction with your Modbus non-contact or guided wave radar or other level sensors for level detection in process operations. Handy alerts prevent overfilling or material outages for storage vessels containing liquids, powders, or solids. It can be set to automatically scan at assigned intervals or a manual scan can be easily initiated when needed. With advanced linearization capability, data can be mathematically manipulated to compensate for odd vessel shapes or submerged structures. Large upper and lower dual-line LED displays can be configured to view your most important measurements. Data is safely stored in non-volatile memory for up to ten years if power is lost.



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