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Transmitter/controller escapes from the panel

29 July 2014

Bürkert's type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is now available in a new housing version and optional 110/230 VAC supply.

The modular multi-channel multiCELL transmitter/controller is a customisable measuring system with an extended range of functionalities that can work with multiple types of sensors. The new version it extends the scope of the unit beyond the panel, offering greater installation flexibility – for example on walls, railings or pipelines. The new variant can be supplied with a 12…36 VDC supply or alternatively with 110/230 VAC supply.

Bürkert can now offer offers a complete and flexible measuring system suitable for connecting multiple sensors for the most diverse range of tasks in data logging, control and dosing. The device is said to be suited to use in a wide range of applications – from water treatment through to the production of foodstuffs and pharmaceutics. The system consists of a basic device which comes with generous equipment, but whose functional range can be freely adapted and extended, as required, with hardware boards for pH/ORP, conductivity, input and output signal boards and software modules. 

The new housing variant is protected to IP65/IP67, NEMA 4x. There are no external metal parts. 

Terminals and connections are all accessible from the front, making installation much easier. There are up to five M20 cable glands for taking up and holding power and signal cables.

 
multiCELL devices can be equipped with up to six different I/O boards in any mix, making them the equipment of choice for complex tasks. They can handle up to six different functions in parallel operation, which can be selected, independently of each other, from a list.


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