- Momentary value indicator and totalisation
- Pulse output with adjustable pulse per volume
- Antivalent outputs
- Analogue output of the momentary value
- Simple guided menu via graphics display
The local OMNI-C1 electronics offers a momentary value indicator and a totalisation of the flow rate quantity. The momentary value is output at the analogue output as a 4..20mA signal (or optionally as a 0..10 V signal). In addition, the electronics has a pulse output, which outputs a pulse after a preset quantity with a duration of 36 ms. The pulse is available at two switching outputs in anitvalent form. The primary displayed value is the flow rate. Using the programming ring, you can temporarily switch to the totalisation. The state of the totalisation is indicated in an LCD display with only four digits. Here, the number of decimal places and the unit displayed is continuously matched to the current state of the counter. In this case, the smallest value which can be displayed is 0.001 ml (= 1 μl), and the largest is 9999 mÑ. The counter therefore has 13 places, of which the four most significant are displayed at any one time. The display resolution at all times is therefore at least 1 per thousand of the displayed value, or better, and this generally exceeds the accuracy of the connected flow transmitter. The nondisplayed digits of the counter are in that case irrelevant to the accuracy of the measurement. The automatic dynamic changeover of units in the display in relation to the state of the counter makes the value easy to read in spite of a display with only four digits. In addition, user configuration of the counter is unnecessary.