Since the introduction some 50 years ago of the first “nixie tube,” > 10 watt power, 4x4x10 DPM, the DPM manufacturers have done wonders in keeping up with market demands. We make them LED, LCD, VFD; any color, any size, from under 1” square to over 7” digits, any power input including loop or signal powered, and virtually any input signal (TC, TRD, pH, RMS, DC, etc). DPM’s are available with display only or loaded with options such as Ser
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Specifically designed to replace “needle” meters in military aircraft, OTEK’s new model APM conforms to Military and Commercial 1” diameter standards, as well as a variety of Mil-Standards (461, 704, 130, 810, 889, and others).
OTEK has released over 25 new loop powered meters ranging from bargraph, digital and bar-digital to triple display, either LCD or LED, and from a miniature 1” x 1” size to NEMA 4” switchboard and ¼ DIN. The new LPS series is covered by patents 4,908,569; 6,285,094; 7,477,080; and 7,626,378. Some models feature triple isolated A/D and circuitry, which is critical in safety applications for Class 1E (Nuclear) including EMI/RFI and seismic compliance, and software validation and verification (S
OTEK Corporation has released a new Tricolor Bar Display specifically designed to meet Class 1E requirements, 1EEE3238344, and several Military standards such as 461 & 167, for example. This unit (model TBD) offers many features such as EMI/RFI filtering and shielded housing; USB, RS485, RS232 or Ethernet (DCS/SCADA Ready) I/O; isolated analog outputs (3) for PID; relays (4) for alarms/control; universal AC or DC power inputs and over 35 signal conditioner inputs such as 4-20mA; V/mADC
OTEK Corporation introduces a new digital panel meter (model RPM) capable of displaying radiation levels in either RADS or REMS. A 4-20mA signal from the detector in nuclear stacks transmits the data to the display. Since the detector has a wide range (mA vs RAD), the meter includes a logarithmic function to display large quantities using only 4 digits and a multiplier. This is accomplished by a programmable logarithmic algorithm that illuminates the alpha-numeric