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EHELP: What is the 2 in IPT2

EHELP: What is the 2 in IPT2

Q:  A field tech told me he installed an IPT2/4-20MA/3-15PSIG/20PSIG/-FA1 [DIN] unit.  In the product bulletin I don't see a purpose for the trailing "2" in the model name, and I don't see an explanation for -FA1.

Published: September 20, 2016

EHELP: Can we run a pneumatic chart recorder with an IPT2 or IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter?

EHELP: Can we run a pneumatic chart recorder with an IPT2 or IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter?

Q: We need to combine a new system for reading tank levels with an existing system by replacing a Hagan instrument with a new Rosemount device. However, we need to ensure we can still run an existing 3-27psi pneumatic chart recorder. We’re considering using an I/P, but aren’t sure if the 4-20mA output from the new transmitter can be piggybacked. Is this possible?

Published: May 3, 2016

IPH2 Custom Output Ranges Help Copper Smelter Replace Instrumentation

IPH2 Custom Output Ranges Help Copper Smelter Replace Instrumentation
The IPH2 is an economical choice for converting current signal to a pneumatic signal to provide precise, proportional control of valves, actuators and other pneumatically-controlled devices. One of its key features is the wide range of input and output choices. It is available with 4-20mA or split range inputs and 22 standard direct and reverse output ranges. In addition, custom ranges are also available – a fact that helped the Belgian branch of a global copper group when upgrading their instrumentation.
Published: September 8, 2015

The IPX2: A Versatile I/P Converter

The IPX2: A Versatile I/P Converter
The new IPX2 video shows how the Current-to-Pressure (I/P) transmitter’s removable electronics reduces production interruptions caused by liquid slugs entering the supply line or the transmitter itself. But the removable electronics is just one key feature of this product. Here’s a look at some other product features of the IPX2:
Published: April 3, 2015

New Video Highlights Removable Electronics Module on IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter

New Video Highlights Removable Electronics Module on IPX2 Current-to-Pressure Transmitter

The IPX2 Current-to-Pressure (I/P) Transmitter is approved to work with either instrument air or natural gas as a supply medium. When an I/P transmitter is installed on a natural gas line and used for the supply medium, liquid slugs can often enter the supply line and the transmitter itself. Depending on the size and duration of the slug, the I/P transmitter’s electronics may need to be removed for cleaning and draining or completely replaced. 

Published: March 26, 2015
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