The Honeywell Mercury Instruments Pulse Accumulator is designed to be a wall-mounted, battery-powered electronic recorder of low-frequency pulses that meets basic data collection needs via modem and various forms of wireless technology. The Pulse Accumulator offers maximum performance and value with precision and reliability.
The Honeywell Mercury Turbo Corrector is a full-featured electronic corrector retrofitted with an internal expansion board called the Turbine Interface Board.
The Mini-AT performs pressure, temperature, and super compressibility correction on the Adjusted Volume, Unadjusted volume, or Uncorrected Volume (from the mechanical switch input) depending on the setting of item 182.
The TIB is also capable of producing separate pulse outputs for Adjusted Volume, Normal and Abnormal Alarms, and buffered main and sense rotor signals. A 4-to-20 milliamp output can be used to output Instantaneous Delta A or Adjusted Flow Rate. The Turbo Corrector requires power from either an external DC power supply or solar power supply. The standard alkaline receptacle battery pack is used as a battery backup for the DC supply and a rechargeable battery is used for the solar supply. Power supplies and barriers for hazardous locations (Class 1, Divisions 1 & 2) are also available. MasterLink32 software is the primary interface to the Turbo Corrector. MasterLink32 provides the means to configure calibrate and download data. Live graphing of both rotor frequencies, Delta A and Adjusted Flow Rate are also provided.
*Auto-Adjust Turbo-Meter is a trademark of Invensys Energy Systems
Difference between intrinsically safe and explosion proof
What is the difference between intrinsically safe and explosion proof? XP is engineered to contain an internal explosion while IS means the electronics cannot spark or create enough energy to ignite.