Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
Michigan City, IN 46360
Flow Meters utilize turbine wheel for operation.
Featuring electro-optical detection, Series TFP-GV and TFP-GI Gas Turbine Flow Meters convert flow rates into linear 0-5 Vdc analog output signal for recording/data logging. Series TFP-GV can be coupled with Series FIV Flow Indicator for remote flow rate and flow total display, while Series TFP-GI includes local 3-½ digit LCD flow rate indicator. Available in variety of process connection sizes...Read More »
Alarm Annunciator can be set to any common ISA sequences.
Providing visible and audible alarms for up to 8 inputs, Series AN2 Indicating Alarm Annunciator also has 2 SPDT relay outputs that can be used to initiate external alarms, buzzers, or paging devices. Integral 24 Vdc power supply can power most level, temperature, pressure, or flow switches. Using front panel push buttons or rear terminal block, audible alarm conditions can be acknowledged,...Read More »
Probes measure air flow at inlet section of fan.
Series FAFM Fan Inlet Air Flow Measuring Probes utilize evenly distributed total and static pressure measuring points to measure flows in fan inlet. Installed from outside of fan, lightweight, durable units can be ordered to fit inlets with diameters ranging from 6-96 in.Read More »
Universal Phase Monitor prevents voltage fault failures.
Series SLU Universal Phase Monitor is designed to protect Wye and Delta 3-Phase systems from equipment failure caused by voltage faults. Protecting against single phasing and unbalanced voltages, regardless of regenerative voltages, it can be adjusted for voltage, imbalance percentage, and time delay requirements. Device is suited for use by electricians, maintenance managers, and engineers.Read More »
IR Thermometers have dual laser, extended-range design.
Respectively, Series IR6 and IR7 let users take max, min, average, and differential readings of surface temperatures from -76 to +1,600-Read More »
Three-Phase Ground Fault Display promotes corrective action.
Model GFD detects and indicates phase of first ground fault condition on ungrounded or isolated system, enabling corrective action to avoid potential hazards resulting from second ground fault. Flashing red LED gives positive fault indication of phase-to-ground fault or lost connection to corresponding phase. Supplied in 94V-0, flame-retardant, black ABS plastic, panel-mount enclosure, unit has...Read More »
pH Tester features 4-digit display with 0.01 pH resolution.
Designed to take repeatable readings in variety of applications, Waterproof Pocket-Size Series WPH includes 3 models with ranges of -1.0 to 15.0, 0.00 to 14.99, and -10.00 to 15.00 pH. Replaceable double junction sensor contains regressed glass pH bulb to protect against breaking. Supplied standard with automatic temperature compensation, tester can be ordered with dual pH/temperature display.Read More »
Pressure Switch targets OEM industrial applications.
Series A1F Compact Pressure Switch features 316 SS wetted materials of and fluorocarbon ensuring chemical compatibility with wide range of process media. Its field-installable weatherproof enclosure is available in 316 SS for harsh environmental applications or weatherproof polycarbonate. Open-case-style switch offers 15 A contact for direct control of motors or pumps as well as indicating scale...Read More »
Pressure Gauges can be mounted in various configurations.
Designed with 304 SS housings and 316 SS or brass wetted parts for chemical compatibility, 2.5 in. Series SGD/SGT gauges come standard with back connection and are available with optional front flange or U-bracket. Products cover ranges from full vacuum to 6,000 psi and feature dual English/metric scales with -Read More »
Transmitter provides humidity/temperature sensing.
Series RH-R Humidity/Temperature Transmitter is designed for applications where space is limited. Compact sensor is protected by replaceable filter and can be mounted up to 16 ft away from weatherproof base. With relative humidity range of 0-100% and temperature range of -40 to 140-Read More »