Precision Digital PD675 and PD677 4-1/2 Digit Loop-Powered Process Meters

Tired of dummy zeroes or multipliers? Want to know what your real measured variable is? The Precision Digital PD675 and PD677 are capable of displaying numbers up to 19,999 with 1 count resolution. (So, they display numbers like 7124, 15697 or 124.78 as whole numbers.) Calibration is easy, and the only tools you need are a calibrated current source, a flat head screwdriver, and a Phillips head screwdriver.

The NEMA 4X PD675, with its impact-resistant polycarbonate body, is FM approved and CSA certified non-incendive for Class I, II, and II indoor and outdoor locations. The cast aluminum-enclosed PD677 is suitable for explosion-proof and dust-ignition-proof environments, and is available with FM approval and CSA certification for Class I, Class II, and Class III hazardous locations.

Key Specifications

  • 4-20 mA Input
  • 4-1/2 Digit Display with 0.7"-Tall (17.8 mm) LCD
  • Operates from -4° to 149°F
  • One-Count Resolution (No Dummy Zeroes or Multipliers Needed)
  • 5.2V Maximum Voltage Drop at 20 mA
  • ±0.05% Span Accuracy

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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Model Selection Guide

Use this table to find the right model for your application.  Don't see the option you need? Call a Lesman sales specialist at 800-953-7626

Description Catalog Number
Loop-Powered Indicators in NEMA 4X Enclosures
4-1/2 Digit 0.7" Tall LCD, FM/CSA Approval PD675-N
Panel Mount Kit for PD675 and PD686 PDA6844

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