March 1, 2008
Model IT400 includes pushbutton menus and a rotary switch to control numerical displays. With a quick refresh rate, the unit can have separate displays for rate-indication and totalization; temperature compensation; and 20-point linearization. The device accepts signal input via modulated carrier or a 50 mV to 36 V sine/square wave. The power input accommodates an internal D Lithium battery, an external, reverse-polarity protected 5 to 35 VCD, or 4 to 20 mA loop. Features include autorange capabilities for decimal placement, magnetically activated backlighting and a dual-segment, low-battery warning.
Sponsler Inc., (800) 258-1165