OTC 2015: Hoffer Flow Controls to unveil rate indicator

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Hoffer Flow Controls Inc. will introduce the LCD HIT-4U Rate Indicator with dual totalizers, Modbus, and data logging at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston at NRG Park, May 4-7.

Featuring a six-digit rate display and separate eight-digit resettable and non-resettable flow totalizers, the HIT-4U is configurable for 4-20 mA loop powered or battery-powered service. 

The multi-drop Modbus serial port allows for two-way communication and configuration with remote devices via hard-wired or wireless interfaces. The standard explosion-proof enclosure includes powder-coated aluminum and stainless steel options for maximum flexibility to meet the harshest of installation conditions.

Full front panel operation, without the need to open the explosion-proof enclosure, is accessed via the magnetic pointer included with the unit. Data logs are part of the unit menu and are also accessible without opening the enclosure, with 100 of the latest data logs can be accessed and read from the front panel with the rest accessible via the Modbus port. The HIT-4U also includes12-point linearization, dual set point alarm output configurable for rate or total and a wide range of engineering unit display icons.

Hoffer Flow Controls is exhibiting at booth 2326.

Hoffer Flow Controls Inc. LCD HIT-4U Rate Indicator

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