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OTEK supplies digital instrumentation for a variety of military applications and successfully meets the following Military-Specs: MIL-STD-461D, 462D, 704F, 130K, 810F, 889B2 & 1472F; MIL-HDBK-217F & 454A, RTCA-160F.
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The UPM-L is a six-digit alpha-numeric counter/remote display and is available in either a loop, signal, or external power version.
The external powered versions can accommodate 4 relays, isolated DAC and power for the analog output (per channel), include >30 signal conditioners and isolated input power options, as well as Ethernet and flash memory (μSD). Standard factory set color changes are: red: <10, >90%, yellow: <20, >80%, green: >20, <80% of F.S. Use digit 14, option 9 for custom configuration (you can change it with simple commands).
The UPM-L is a versatile microcomputer with controlling capabilities superior to a PLC and inferior to it in cost and size.
OTEK’s Model APM is a four (4) digit green, red, or blue LED indicator that accepts standard avionics power of 5-32VDC and intensity control voltage of 1.5 – 5V 50-440Hz (or DC/Resistance). OTEK’s exclusive powerless technique allows the APM to be loop powered causing a maximum of 5VDC burden to the loop.
The APM only requires 2 wires to operate. The heart of the APM is an ASIC that accepts VDC or mADC and can be scaled (internally) to any value. The unit mounts in a standard avionics 1″ diameter hole with four (4) mounting screws and connects to Power and signal via a “Twist Lock” circular connector (DBC53H-10-6P, Mating Cable End: MS347640 (L or M) -6S).
The APM is fully sealed and it is not affected by differential pressure, liquid spray (NEMA4X), or humidity.
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