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Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD

Ambient Weather Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD
Ambient Weather Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD
Ambient Weather Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD
Ambient Weather Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD
Ambient Weather Ocean Controls KTL-250-AX 12V Anemometer Modbus Interface w/ LCD
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Item #: KTL-250-AX
The KTL-250 is an anemometer monitoring and alarming card. It allows the wind speed and direction to be measured with a Davis Instruments 7911 Anemomet... [Read More]
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Product Description
The KTL-250 is an anemometer monitoring and alarming card. It allows the wind speed and direction to be measured with a Davis Instruments 7911 Anemometer, without the need for the entire weather station.

Monitoring of the wind speed and direction can be done via the analog retransmission channels with 0-5V, 1-5V, 0-20mA or 4-20mA outputs. As well as monitoring the speed and direction, 2 alarm relays can be programmed to activate at a certain speed or wind direction range, or combination of the two. Wind speed and direction can also be monitored using the Modbus protocol with either USB or 2-wire RS-485 connection. All settings are set using the Modbus protocol and the provided software.

This model replaces the KTA-250.

Note: All warranties and replacements for this model are handled by the manufacturer Ocean Controls.
Features
Connects to Davis Instruments 7911 Anemometer
Monitor both the wind speed and direction
Interface to PLCs using the Modbus protocol
Communicate via USB or 2-wire RS485
Interface to PLCs/Instruments or other controllers using 4-20mA or 0-5V signals
Generate relay alarms depending on the wind speed and direction
Alarms can be monitored by the on board relays or via the Modbus protocol
DIN Rail or wall/panel mount


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