Process Technology

The user-friendly, compact and functionally well thought through Kubler Codix process displays and controllers are ideal for all linear and non-linear analog signals. Together with our temperature displays and controllers, as well as our strain-gauge controllers and setpoint adjuster, they are used in a wide variety of applications.

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Process Controllers

Kubler standard signal controllers additionally boast 2 limit value alarms, which operate when the measured value exceeds or drops below the limit setpoint, or alternatively within a fixed band. Thanks to features such as start delay, hysteresis function and averaging, they can be employed in the most diverse applications. They can also be used as simple ON/OFF controllers. The optional analog output or serial interface enable the retransmission of the measured values to higher-level systems or monitoring devices. A totalizer function sums the measured value with respect to time, in order to measure quantities or volume over a fixed time period.

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Process Displays

Kubler standard signal displays measure values very accurately (by means of inputs from a variety of sensors that can be connected) and display these values, freely scalable, in the 5 or 6 digit display. Furthermore, some devices offer the option to store custom characteristic curves, in order to compensate for sensor inaccuracies. With a resettable MIN/MAX value function, peak values can be precisely measured and retransmitted if required. Sensors with a 0/2 - 10 V, ±10 V or 0/4 - 20 mA output can be connected to give precise measuring results. With running help texts and a quick-start guide, programming is very simple and user-friendly, despite the wide functionality.

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Setpoint Adjuster

Kubler setpoint adjuster is a digital output device for 0 - 12 V or 0 - 24 mA standrad signals suitable for plant commissioning or the simulation of sensors. The current or voltage can be output in 3 modes, either directly, stepped or in a stored time curve (characteristic curve) and is thus ideal also for automatic sequences or approach operations in processes. Furthermore the display is freely scalable, so that this can be shown in the desired engineering units. Thanks to its small design size and its flexibility, this device will prove indispensable in every workshop. The setpoint adjuster Codix 533 triggers a standard analogue signal or a freely programmable signal sequence from 0 - 12 V or from 0 - 24 mA. The setpoint adjuster is a real innovation, opening up new application potentials in process technology and automation.

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Strain Gauge Controllers

Kubler strain-gauge controllers measure values very accurately (by means of inputs from a selection of sensors that can be connected) and display these values, freely scalable, in the 6-digit 14-segment display. These devices offer the option to store custom characteristic curves, in order to compensate for sensor inaccuracies. With a resettable MIN/MAX value function, peak values can be precisely measured and retransmitted if required. A variety of suitable sensors can be connected to the measuring bridge input to give precise measuring results. With running help texts and a quick-start guide, programming is very simple and user-friendly, despite the wide functionality. The strain-gauge controllers additionally boast 2 limit value alarms, which operate when the measured value exceeds or drops below the limit setpoint, or alternatively within a fixed band. Thanks to features such as start delay, hysteresis function and averaging, they can be employed in the most diverse applications. They can also be used as simple ON/OFF controllers. The optional analog output enables the retransmission of the measured values to higher-level systems or monitoring devices. A totalizer function sums the measured value with respect to time, in order to measure quantities or volume over a fixed time period. The process controller Codix 566 with totaliser function displays measured values from all common strain-gauge inputs in high resolution. In addition it can monitor and control 2 limit values. These fast displays set new standards when it comes to user friendliness. Their easy-to-read 14-segment LED display, easyto- understand running help texts and a practical quick-start guide eliminate the need to wade through time-consuming full instruction manuals. With optional analogue output.

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Temperature Controllers

Kubler temperature controllers additionally boast 2 limit value alarms, which operate when the measured value exceeds or drops below the limit setpoint, or alternatively within a fixed band. Thanks to features such as start delay, hysteresis function and averaging, they can be employed in the most diverse applications. They can also be used as simple ON/OFF controllers. The optional analog output or serial interface enable the retransmission of the measured values to higher-level systems or monitoring devices. The temperature controller Codix 564 displays temperature values in high resolution. In addition it can monitor and control 2 limit values. All current temperature sensors, such as thermocouple types B, E, J, K, N, R, S and T, as well as mV inputs, Pt100 and resistance inputs, can be connected to the device. These fast displays set new standards when it comes to user friendliness. Their easy-to-read 14-segment LED display, easy-to-understand running help texts and a practical quick-start guide eliminate the need to wade through time-consuming full instruction manuals. With optional analogue output.

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Temperature Displays

Kubler temperature displays measure temperatures very accurately (by means of inputs from a variety of temperature sensors) and display these in °C or °F using permanently stored characteristic curves. Furthermore, some devices have an additional freely scalable mV or resistance input, in order to store custom curves and to compensate for sensor inaccuracies. With a resettable MIN/MAX value function, peak values can be precisely measured and retransmitted if required. A variety of thermocouples as well as resistance thermometers (RTDs) in 2, 3 or 4-wire technology can be connected. With running help texts and a quick-start guide, programming is very simple and user-friendly, despite the wide functionality.