- Displays current process variable
- Commonly used in industrial settings
- Display various types of data
- Can be both digital or analog
- Integrated with other control systems
An Indicator is a device used in instrumentation control systems to display the current value of a process variable. It’s commonly used in industrial settings to monitor and control the flow of liquids or gases in manufacturing processes, HVAC systems, and many other applications.
Indicators can display different types of information such as pressure, temperature, flow, level, weight, and many more. They can be digital or analog and configured to display real-time or historical data.
You can use it with other instruments, such as transmitters, sensors, and controllers, to provide a complete control system. It can be integrated with other control systems, such as PLC, SCADA, and DCS, for real-time monitoring and controlling process variables.
Features of Indicators
- The product features a high-resolution display for precise and accurate readings.
- It has a built-in alarm function that can be configured to alert the operator when a process variable exceeds a specific limit.
- The product is designed to be explosion-proof, ensuring safety in hazardous environments.
- It is weatherproof, allowing for use in outdoor or harsh conditions.
- The product is intrinsically safe, meaning it is designed not to generate sparks or heat that could cause a fire or explosion.
- The product can be easily integrated with other control systems, such as PLC, SCADA, and DCS, for real-time monitoring and controlling process variables.
Where to Buy Indicators
Indicators are devices used in instrumentation control systems to display the current value of a process variable and can be purchased from Instrumentation Control Systems ICS Pakistan at reasonable prices.