Impress Sensors & Systems, an instrumentation specialist, will display a range of new pressure and level transmitters at stand A5 at the Sensors+Systems for Control And Instrumentation exhibition, which will be conducted on 14th and 15th September, 2011.
The stand would include new products such as the IDCL and IDSL, which are a range of submersible level transmitters incorporating Dual 4-20 mA current loop outputs for temperature and level measurement.
The DM01 is a new high precision digital pressure gauge with serial interface and integrated data logging, the DMP339 is a ¼” flush diaphragm pressure transmitter, and the DCT Series is a new digital output pressure transmitter that includes RS485 communications. All these products would be exhibited in the stand.
At the show, the DMP304 range of ultra-high pressure transmitters would also be exhibited. The sensor’s design is based on a compensated strain gauge, which is bonded on a stainless steel diaphragm. The sensor is housed in a sturdy stainless steel casing and offers a 6000 bar nominal pressure. This makes it suitable for use in a number of high pressure industrial applications such as water jet spraying, hydraulic circuits, and high pressure pharmaceutical and chemical applications.
The stand would also showcase a complete range of control and instrumentation systems that include multi-channel controllers and process meters. The company would also showcase the CMC-99, which is a multi channel controller with a touch screen display perfect for the simultaneous control and measurement of a variety of process production applications. The controller can provide up to 8 PID control functions with integrated JAVA Applets, which would help the user to develop web pages for viewing process data in real-time through the Ethernet connection of the device.
According to Sam Drury, who is the Sales & Marketing Director at Impress, the company wanted to create an interactive stand for visitors at the exhibition and hence is planning to show a live set up depicting the CMC-99 controller and indicators linked to a working control panel.