We represent Dynamic Flow Computers in Nigeria

We represent Dynamic Flow Computers in Nigeria.

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Wireless Transmitter

Based on Dynamic Flow Computers’ experience in the oil field, we have created a rugged universal wireless transmitter that aims to simplify the interconnection of the everyday increasing number of I/O devices at the wellhead. This universal transmitter can interface with:

Flow Computers
4-20mA Transmitters (Pressure, Temperature, Level, etc)
RTD Sensors
Frequency Type Sensors
Digital Sensors (Relays, Level, Plunger Arrival Sensors)
Digital Outputs (Open/Close Valves and Plungers
Analog Outputs (Motor Operated Valves-MOV)
Wireless Transmitter Specifications

Operating Conditions Temperature: -40°F to 185°F
Humidity: 100%
Environment: NEMA 4X Class 1 Division 1
Processing Low Power 40MHz 8-bit CPU
Battery Backed Real Time Clock
I/O Internal Battery Monitor
5V/12V Outputs for external sensors
8 Digital In/Out (User configurable)
Two 4-20mA 16-Bit Analog Outputs
Four 4-20mA 24-bit Analog Inputs
One Low power 1-5V Analog Input
One 4-Wire RTD Input
Over voltage/current protection
2 Line x 16 Characters Display
LED Backlight
One RS-232/RS-485 Serial Port
Housing Aluminum Class 1 Divison 1
Two 3/4″ NPT openings for connections
One 3/4″ NPT Bottom opening for mounting or additional wiring
Dual Power System Internal Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery. (May be main power or backup for external supply)
External Power (12 to 30 VDC)
Includes reverse polarity, over current and over voltage protection
Communication Industrial Bluetooth (Class 1)
Low power 2.4GHz Band Radio
TTL interface for 900MHz or 2.4GHz radio
One RS-232/RS-485 Serial Port with Modbus communications


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Email: info@phoenix-energyco.com
Phone: 08082135027 (24hrs)



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