The Hardy HI 6200 series high-performance single-channel weight processors feature either 4-20mA analog or EtherNet/IP (which was released previously).
The new HI 6200 analog transmitter is ideal for OEMs and system integrators building machinery where fast, stable weight data is a critical component to successful design.
“The new analog HI 6200 is like giving super powers to traditional weight transmitters,” said Tim Norman, senior product manager. “That means OEMs and systems integrators can build-in advanced features like electronic calibration, high resolution, and fast update rates into their machines and process skids, which ultimately benefits their end user customers.”
Powerful state-of-the-art hardware design, combined with Hardy’s Waversaver filtering technology ensure fast, stable weight readings in even the most adverse conditions where mechanical vibrations can plague process control. Through the color, touch-screen interface, the new HI 6200 analog has access to advanced features such as C2 electronic calibration, zero and tare functions. The HI 6200 EIP version uses a proactive scale design with bi-directional communications to reap the benefits of IIOT device-level connectivity though the built-in Webserver or directly via the UDP layer.
Ultra-compact at just 2 in. wide and 3 in. high, the HI 6200 series are designed for machine level integration in process skids or manufacturing equipment. Despite its tiny size, a high-definition color TFT display provides crisp, easy to read measurements and instrument status.
All HI 6200 versions include the Hardy Process Toolbox, a set of exclusive productivity tools, including Waversaver and C2 electronic calibration. The HI 6200 EtherNet/IP also features embedded Webserver for set-up, monitoring, and control from any browser-anywhere on the network; Integrated Technician instrument diagnostics; and a suite of premier integration tools such as Rockwell EDS_AOPs and Faceplate/Add-on-Instructions.
Hardy Process Solutions, San Diego, CA 858-278-2900 www.hardysolutions.com
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