Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Multi-purpose monitor.

The F190 is a versatile General Purpose Indicator from Fluidwell,  with continuous monitoring feature. Besides the focus on level, temperature and pressure applications (e.g. °C, °F, Bar, L, m3), the F190 can also work with other measuring units, like %, mA, RPM and more. Therefore, the F190 is a versatile system that suits many applications. Moreover, F190 allows the possibility to create your own custom unit with max. 8 characters.

The F190 accepts (0)4/20mA input signals from any type of analog measurement device. It offers the facility to set two low and two high alarm values. The F190 combines the functionality of the F090, F143, F153 and F170. Thanks to its ruggedness, the F190 withstands extreme weather conditions like rain, snow, sun, sandy deserts, salty atmospheres and temperatures between -40°C/-40°F and +80°C/+178°F without the need for expensive protective cabinets. All products from the F-series are robust by design: a truck can even stand on them.

The F190 has extensive mounting possibilities. Simply attach it to panels, to walls or on pipes. In fact, mounting, installing and programming the F-series is unparalleled easy and user-friendly. Your own commissioning crews can swiftly execute installation themselves, saving the cost, time and hassle of hiring external specialists.

The configuration of the F190 is done via a simple, logical and menu-driven structure, instead of complex hardware changes or actions. The alphanumerical descriptions enhance the understanding of the system and its settings, in contrary of regularly seen confusing abbreviations and difficult codes. F190 is, like all products in the F-Series designed according the ‘Know one, know them all’ – principle. Once familiar with an F-Series product, users can program ALL models in ALL series without the need for a manual. Fluidwell allows users to save on programming time and costs, during installation and with each setting modification.

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