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DX2032

Multifunction display for monitoring revolution, speed and time

DISPLAY/FX460/ANALOG/DC

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  • For monitoring rotational speed, speed, quantity or handling time
  • For displaying and evaluating pulse sequences with high input frequency
  • Clearly visible LCD display
  • Intuitive handling due to touch display and plain text
  • With four adjustable switching outputs and analog output
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Technische Details
Product characteristics
Dimensions [mm] 48 x 112 x 116
Application
Application universal evaluation and display for all physical units which can be derived from pulse sequences
Electrical data
Operating voltage [V] 18...30 DC
Current consumption [mA] 100
Inputs / outputs
Number of inputs and outputs Number of digital inputs: 2; Number of digital outputs: 4; Number of analog outputs: 1
Inputs
Number of digital inputs 2
Outputs
Number of digital outputs 4
Number of analog outputs 1
Analog current output [mA] 4...20
Max. load [Ω] 270
Analog voltage output [V] -10...10
Overload protection yes
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature [°C] -20...60
Storage temperature [°C] -25...70
Protection IP 65
Protection rating terminals IP 20
Tests / approvals
EMC
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-4
Mechanical data
Weight [g] 302.5
Type of mounting panel cutout: 91 x 43 mm
Dimensions [mm] 48 x 112 x 116
Material Noryl UL94-V-0
Displays / operating elements
Display
Colour display full graphic LCD display, Touch screen
Electrical connection
Connection screw terminals:
ifm efector, inc. • 1100 Atwater Drive • Malvern • PA 19355 — We reserve the right to make technical alterations without prior notice. — EN-US — DX2032-00 — 03.02.2017 —