Obsolete analog meters, or refurbished units still on the market and in many instrumentation and control rooms (I&C), have long posed a tedious challenge to operators looking to replace them. Often the arduousness of finding suitable replacements can also accrue...
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The NTM-P is a replacement for Dixon Ametek BE 101 and BE 051 Edgewise Bargraph meters.
The housing is an industry-standard 1.39″ W x 6.6″ H x 3.67″ D available in plastic. This single-channel Bar-Digital meter/controller is available in loop (4-20mA), A.C. signal or external power to replace fit, form, and function any analog or digital panel meter. Our Powerless (loop/signal) versions only consume <60mW, comparable to an analog meter! The external power series features over 30 signal conditioners.
This unit is the next-generation replacement for the HI-Q 101, commonly utilized by the NOAA & FAA.
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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