Yokogawa ProPlus YPP7000 Temperature Meter
Accepts many thermocouple types and RTDs, 1° or 0.1° resolution
Usually ships in 2-4 weeks
- Manufactured by Yokogawa
- J, K, T, E, R, S, B, N, C thermocouple
- 100 or 1000Ω platinum, 10Ω copper, 120Ω nickel RTDs
- 1° or 0.1° resolution
- Averages up to 10 RTD sensors
- Automatic cold junction compensation
- NEMA 4X, IP65 front
- Universal 85-265 VAC or 12/24 VDC input power
- Large dual-line 6-character display
- Programmable displays & function keys
- Sunlight readable display models
The Yokogawa PROPLUS YPP7000 temperature meter boasts specifications and functionality that clearly makes it one of the most advanced temperature meters available. Its dual-line 6-character display, function keys, and optional expansion modules are only a few of the special features available on the PROPLUS.
The YPP7000 accepts many more thermocouple types and RTDs than earlier models. It can be configured to have either a 1° or 0.1° display resolution on any type of sensor input. The lower display makes configuration simpler. The display itself is quite configurable. There are many relay functions for up to 8 relays; including an Interlock Relay function. The 4-20 mA output can represent up to 12 different parameters/variables. This makes the YPP7000 one of the most versatile meters on the market.
The upper display can be programmed to indicate current temperature, maximum or minimum temperature, alternating maximum/minimum temperatures, one of eight alarm set points, or Modbus input. The lower display can also be configured to display engineering units, set points, user defined legends, or simply turned off.
Max/Min (or Peak/Valley) is standard on the PROPLUS YPP7000. Either display can be configured to show either maximum or minimum excursion since last reset. The displays can also be configured to toggle between Max and Min values. Both values can be simply reset from the front panel.
The YPP7000 can find the average temperature of up to 10 RTD probes connected in parallel. This new calculated value would then be treated as the PV (temperature) displayed on the meter. The average temperature is also available via Modbus communications and as the retransmitted value for the optional 4-20 mA output.