Differential pressure / Volume flow controller DPC200


Differential pressure / Volume flow controller DPC200


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286.00
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Delivery weight: 450 g


  • Switchable operating modes (measuring or controlling)
  • Switchable measured variables (differential pressure or volume flow)
  • Switchable measuring units (Pa and m3 / h or InH2O and cfm)
  • 4 application-oriented pre-set measuring ranges
  • Analog output 0 ... 10 V
  • Adjustable k-factor for volume flow calculation
  • Measuring mode with adjustable limit
  • Control mode with adjustable:

          - 2 setpoints
          - Setpoint configurable via external signal input option: 10 V DC signal or temperature sensor
          - PI parameters for PI algorithm
          - Maximum output voltage
          - Control effect positive / heat or negative / cool


The differential pressure controller DPC 200 is a low-pressure gauge and is used to measure small differential pressures from non-aggressive gases, particularly air. The device can be used in two modes: as a meter with output signal 0 .. 10 V or as a PID controller with a control variable output signal of 0 .. 10 V.
In control mode, the device can be set two set points, which are selectable via an external potential-free contact. Furthermore, the control gain on the P-band is adjustable.

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PERFORMANCE:

  • Overpressure protection: 0.2 bar
  • Static pressure: max. 0.2 bar
  • Zero point calibration: Adjustable by REEDcontact, no cyclic zero-point calibration required
  • Reaction time: direct

ACCURACY / ERROR LIMIT:

  • Zero drift: ± 0.75 %
  • Sum of linearity and hysteresis: ± 0.5 % ... ± 1 %
  • Temperature drift zero point: ± 0.3 % / 10 K
  • Temperature drift measuring range: ± 0.2 % / 10 K

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Operating mode: Measuring mode or control mode
  • Measuring medium: Air or non-aggressive gases
  • Measuring principle: Electromechanical diaphragm measuring system
  • Measuring unit: Pa / InH20 or m3/h or cfm
  • Smallest measuring range: 0...50 Pa (0.5 mbar)
  • Largest measuring range: 0...6000 Pa (60 mbar)
  • Measuring range: 0…50 Pa (0.5 mbar), 0…100 Pa (1 mbar), 0…500 Pa (5 mbar), 0...1000 Pa (10 mbar), 0...2000 Pa (20 mbar), 0…4000 Pa (40 mbar), 0…6000 Pa (60 mbar)
  • Measuring range selection: Factory preset
  • Adjustable controlling parameters: P/I - parameter, k-factor, maximum output voltage, normal/ inverse control
  • Characteristic: linear for pressure measurement, radiated for volume flow measurement
  • Ambient temperature: -10...+50 °C
  • Storage temperature: -25...+60 °C
  • Control characteristic: PI - algorithm
  • Setpoint settings: 2 setpoints can be set via keys, selection of setpoints via potential free contact
  • Limit signal Output / alarm output: Open Collector, max. 30 V / 30 mA
  • Alarm delay time: 12 seconds

PHYSICALLY:

  • Housing: UL 94 HB; Ultramid with hinged lid of ABS
  • Dimensions: 95  x 70  x 54 mm (w x h x d)
  • Weight: approx. 250 g
  • Protection class: IP 54 according EN 60529
  • Display: Two-line alphanumeric LCD display, 2 x 16 characters
  • Electrical connections: Cable entry M16 x 1.5, screw terminals, electronics protected against incorrect polarity
  • Pressure connections: Hose connections 5 mm ø and 6 mm ø
  • Operational position: Vertical, position dependence when rotated through 90° approx. 25 Pa

ELECTRONIC:

  • Power supply: 10...30 Vdc; 24 Vac (±15%)
  • Power consumption: approx. 10 mA @ 10 Vdc, ca. 12 mA @ 24 Vdc
  • Output: 0...10 V (Imax = 0.4 mA @ 10 Vdc, Imax = 2 mA @ 20 Vdc)

CONFORMITY:

  • EMC: EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3, CE-mark
  • RoHS: According RoHS-directive 2011/65/EU

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Mounting set
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