Digital panel meter.
Digital panel meter/totalizer
Series LCI508 & LCI608 Digital Panel Meters

The Series LCI508/608 Digital Panel Meters offer high performance and a multitude of features for displaying and manipulating input variables. The unit accepts analog process input, load cell and potentiometer inputs. Standard features include data hold, peak and valley display, store function, tare function and reset. Both models offer a built-in excitation power supply. The Series LCI508/608 can be fitted with optional output modules for control capabilities.

The Model LCI508 is designed with 31 programmable functions and a high conversion rate of 555 reads per second. Up to 30 points can be set using the multipoint scaling function for non linear applications.

The Model LCI608 is designed for measuring and integrating analog signals containing two sets of information simultaneously (for example, Flow and Totalization). The units can be configured to accept and display two analog input signals and allowing interaction between them. The model LCI608 offers 26 logical programmable functions.

Series LCI508/LCI608 Catalog can be found Here
Series LCI308/LCI408 Catalog can be found Here
Panel meter indicator, 1/8 DIN, process input.
Panel meter indicator, 1/8 DIN, universal input.
Series LCI308 & LCI408 Panel Meter Indicators

The Series LCI308 and LCI408 Panel Meter Indicators offer flexibility and value in a standard 1/8 DIN package. This family of indicators offers input availability for virtually all types of process measurement.

The LCI308 offers a 4-3/4 digit display scalable to ±32,000 counts. This flexible indicator is available for Process Inputs (0-10 VDC, 4-20 mA, etc.), Temperature Inputs (Thermocouple Types J, K, T, and DIN RTD), Timer/Counter type, and Load Cell (strain gage) Inputs.

The LCI408 has a universal input that accepts the Process, Temperature, and Load Cell inputs of the LCI308, plus a Potentiometer input. The full 5-digit display can be scaled between ±99999 counts. The dual display allows simultaneous display of the measured value plus other values such as peak or valley.

Options include relay and transistor set point outputs, BCD Parallel output, RS-232/RS-485 computer communications, and 4 to 20 mA analog retransmission.