According to Procon Instrument Technology , utilising the latest in microprocessor technology, the Model 4400 alarm monitor offers the end-user unlimited options for monitoring, recording and reporting on all categories of critical process systems.
• Available in 6, 12 and 24 channels
• High performance, flexibility and superior applications
• Wide range of inputs and flexible output capabilities
In 1995, the AM4000 (surely the world's best known Alarm Monitor) was developed, originally by Rosemount, but later acquired by Thermo Electron 1996. Its successor, the Model 4400 Alarm Monitor is now supplied, sold and supported solely by the Company and its representatives world-wide.
The AM4400 Alarm Monitor will accept signals from a wide range of sensors and compare the measured value with pre-set alarm levels. If an alarm level is exceeded, the unit provides visual indication and relay closures which can be used for alarm and shutdown functions.
Microprocessor technology is used to provide simultaneous measurement of all inputs and to carry out extensive internal self-checking procedures. Detected faults are indicated via the display and relay contact closure.
The product has been designed for simple quick configuration and has the capability to be configured and monitored remotely via the RS232/RS485 serial communication link.
· temperature measurement
· vibration measurement
· pressure measurement
· level measurement
· flow measurement