OTEK CORPORATION introduces its new Model LPL panel meter that can be loop, signal or externally powered. The model LPL replaces form fit and function the company’s GL150 and GL151meters as well as Brighton’s model “SI55”, and is available backlighted with 4 ½ digits.
OTEK CORPORATION has released to the market its Models HI-Q2K and HI-Q2000 that replaces the form, fit and function of aging/obsolete analog and digital bargraphs from GE, Sigma and Versatile. These new bargraphs use the same reliable hardware and software (SV &V certified) as featured in the company's popular HI-Q Series now in use in innumerable nuclear, military and industrial installations.
Submitted by DawnThibodeau on Wed, 10/10/2012 - 14:41
New DCS (D.C.Signal Powered) series uses the signal to power itself (powerless) for inputs of 3-200VDC or 2-100mADC (for ACV, A W & Hz, all signal powered)! The DCS replaces 3 ½” analog meters in a true Form, Fit and Function, but instead of the fragile needle you get
OTEK CORPORATION has introduced a new line of meters that only require the A.C. signal to operate (no power supply). This new ACS Series is comprised of 20 different models all offering AC Volts, AC Amps, AC Hz and AC Watts, and aims at replacing legacy analog meters. Input ranges: 40-250VAC, 40-440Hz and 0-5 Amps.
OTEK’s new VSP series (Voltage Signal Powered) rivals analog meters in performance, accuracy, HMI and reliability. All units accept VDC and mADC and are parasitic using the signal as its power source (Powerless™). Available options include RS232E, auto-tricolor backlight (for LCD), auto-tricolor bargraph (LED), and triple isolated A/D & circuitry-ess
Submitted by DawnThibodeau on Tue, 10/02/2012 - 12:09
OTEK Corporation has released for production its new model TRC, a fully redundant controller with three (3) independent and 100% isolated channels featuring 51 segment LED automatic tricolor bargraphs and 4-digit displays. Each channel has its own A/D (14 bit), DAC (16 bit), relays (4), display, power supply (5-48 VDC or 90-265 VAC), and Serial I/O (232, 485, USB or Ethernet). A micro “SD” memory card (removable) is optional for data logging.