Digital Panel Meter measures voltage to 300 V and current to 5 A.

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Able to measure voltage, current, and apparent power, ProVu® PD6400 is NEMA4X/IP65 rated for use in panel or field under harsh environmental conditions. Independent, field-selectable current and voltage inputs accept up to 300 V and 5 A (AC or DC), and 1/8 DIN size unit also accepts current transformer inputs for higher measurements. Dual-line display features LED digits and warning lights with adjustable brightness, and Modbus® capability (Slave) enables network integration.



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Precision Digital Announces New ProVu® Digital Panel Meter: PD6400 High Voltage & Current Meter



Holliston, MA — Precision Digital Corporation, global leader in digital panel meters and control instrumentation celebrating its 40th year in business, today announced the latest member of the ProVu® family of digital panel meters, the PD6400 High Voltage and Current Meter. An 1/8 DIN size unit, the PD6400 provides reliable measurement of high voltage, current, and apparent power. Independent, field-selectable current and voltage inputs accept up to 300 V and 5 A, AC or DC. The user-configurable, dual-line display features easy-to-read LED digits and warning lights with adjustable brightness. Modbus® capability (Slave) allows seamless integration into existing networks. The PD6400 is NEMA4X/IP65 rated for use in a panel or in the field under harsh environmental conditions; it also carries CE and UL listings.



The PD6400 High Voltage and Current Meter can be easily installed into virtually any application requiring high voltage measurement up to 300 V, high current measurement up to 5 A, or measurement of apparent power. The meter can also accept current transformer inputs for even higher current measurements. AC or DC voltage or current can be measured, and is field-selectable. The displayed voltage, current, or apparent power level can be clearly labeled with a custom tag and unit. The voltage and current can also be scaled to represent different engineering units.



Programming the PD6400 is easy with the company’s free MeterView® Pro software, which streamlines meter setup and eliminates most button pushing.



Options for the PD6400 meter include up to four (4) relays, a 4-20 mA analog output, and a 24 VDC power supply.  Expansion modules add an additional four (4) relays, two (2) 4-20 mA outputs, and eight (8) digital I/O.



Availability & Pricing

The ProVu® PD6400 High Voltage and Current Meter is available now. Prices start at $424.



ProVu PD6400 data sheet: http://www.predig.com/PD6400/index.php



About Precision Digital Corp.

Established in 1974, Precision Digital manufactures a comprehensive line of digital display and control instrumentation for demanding industrial applications. The core of the company's products is the ProVu® family of digital panel meters, featuring large, dual-line 6-digit displays, advanced signal input conditioning, programmable function keys, MODBUS® RTU serial communications, and control of up to eight relays. Other products include loop-powered indicators, rate/totalizers, scanners and annunciators, and temperature indicators and controllers. Certified to UL, CSA, FM, ATEX, IECEx, CE, and NEMA standards, the company's process meters and controllers reliably perform in challenging environments. For hazardous areas, the ProtEX® series of process meters features explosion-proof housings. Precision Digital is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. For more information, see http://www.predig.com



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For more information, contact:



Jeffrey Peters, President

Precision Digital Corporation

89 October Hill Road, Suite 5

Holliston, MA 01746-1378

Tel: 508-655-7300

E-mail: jpeters@predig.com

Web: http://www.predig.com



PR Office:

Shari Worthington

Telesian Technology Inc.

49 Midgley Lane

Worcester, MA 01604

Tel: 508-755-5242

E-mail: sharilee@telesian.com



© 2015. ProVu, ProtEX, and SafeTouch are registered trademarks of Precision Digital Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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