It’s flow easy with Exair’s new remote display

16-06-2010

Exair’s new Summing Remote Display for the Digital Flowmeter makes it easy to monitor compressed air consumption from a convenient location. 

With the push of a button, the display cycles to show the current air consumption, usage for the previous 24 hours and total cumulative usage. 

Regular monitoring of the air usage of a machine, process or department makes it possible to save thousands of dollars per year in compressed air waste by identifying costly leaks or inefficient air products.

The Digital Flowmeter (sold separately) has a four digit LED display that directly indicates the SCFM (standard cubic feet per minute) or m3/hr of airflow through the pipe it is mounted to. The Summing Remote Display shows that flow measurement, the daily and cumulative usage and is frequently used when the Digital Flowmeter is in an obscure, hard to read location. 

The accuracy of the displayed measurement is within 5 per cent of the reading when the air temperature is 4ºC to 49ºC and air pressure is between 30 to 140 PSIG. 

No adjustments or calibration are ever required. It is CE and RoHS compliant.

Two models of the Summing Remote Display are available: Model 9150 that displays SCFM and Model 9150-M3 for m3/hr.  It is pre-wired with 15.2m of cable and is powered by the Digital Flowmeter. Mounting hardware is included.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688
http://caa.exair.com

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