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Features

  • “EZ Setup”- guided setup for first time users
  • Utility metering of steam and heating or cooling water
  • Two auxiliary 4-20 mA analog inputs
  • Auxiliary pulse input and totalizer
  • Menu selectable hardware & software features
  • Internal data logging option
  • Isolated pulse and analog outputs standard
  • RS-232 port standard, provides power for modem
  • RS-485 (optional)
  • Windows setup software
  • Stacked DP transmitters

The KEP ES-762 SUPERtrol-II flow computer satisfies the instrument requirements for a variety of flow meter types in liquid, steam and heat applications. The ES-762 includes many advanced features as well as multiple flow equations-- all in a single instrument. Two auxiliary current and one contact closure inputs are provided for secondary measurements.

The alphanumeric display of the KEP ES-762 SUPERtrol-II flow computer offers measured parameters in an easy to understand format. Manual access to measurements and display scrolling is supported. The versatility of the ES-762 permits a wide measure of versatility within the instrument package.

The KEP ES-762 SUPERtrol-II flow computer's various hardware inputs and outputs can be "soft" assigned to meet a variety of common application needs. The user "soft selects" the usage of each input/output while configuring the instrument.

Applications of the KEP ES-762 include steam mass, steam heat, chilled water only, heated water only including low DeltaT cutoff. The isolated analog output can be chosen to follow the volume flow, corrected volume flow, mass flow, temperature, pressure, or density by means of a menu selection. Most hardware features are assignable by this method.

The user can assign the standard RS-232 serial port for external data logging, transaction printing, or for connection to a modem for remote meter reading. A service or test mode is provided to assist the user during start-up system check out by monitoring inputs and exercising outputs. The system setup can also be printed.