Remote Power When You Need It
Crystal Engineering is announcing their latest product to complement their line of field calibration equipment. Convenient, portable power is a common challenge encountered during remote calibrations. The new 24VDC Loop Power Supply, model number 24VDCPS, provides a rugged and dependable, easy to use power source with a low noise regulated output, suitable for use with smart transmitters.
Once activated by the On button, power stays on until disconnected. Users may adjust connections simply by disconnecting and reattaching leads. The Power Hold feature automatically re-activates the circuit when reconnected within 30 seconds.
Bright multi-function icons indicate a powered loop, depleted batteries, and low voltage. Two batteries provide power for up to 14.5 hours. The device works with lithium, alkaline, or NiMH rechargeable AA’s, in operating temperatures between -20 to 50°C (-4 to 122°F). The included rubber boot enhances the product’s durability, allowing it to survive drops from 6 feet, and provides a convenient attachment point.
Crystal Engineering designed the 24VDC Loop Power Supply to work well with their nVision Reference Recorder and 30 Series Calibrator. It is available with or without test leads.
For more information on the new 24VDC Loop Power Supply, visit http://crystalengineering.net/24vdc. Crystal Engineering is based in San Luis Obispo, CA and produces highly accurate, field-grade testing and calibration equipment for measurement applications in oil & natural gas, offshore drilling, oil refineries, gas distribution, power generation, nuclear power, waste water, water supply, manufacturing, aerospace, and aircraft maintenance.