New signal input board for multiCELL transmitter

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The modular multi channel multiCELL transmitter/controller 8619 is an individually adjustable measuring system with extended functionalities that can be used with a wide range of different types of sensors.

The fluid technology specialist Bürkert is now expanding the modular system with a new signal input board that can be used for direct connection of up to two additional flow sensors via the digital inputs and two additional measurement devices of various types via the analogue inputs.

The multiCELL transmitter/controller type 8619 is ideal for many applications in areas such as water treatment or the production of foods and pharmaceuticals. The system consists of an extensive featured basic unit whose functions can be individually enhanced as needed by adding hardware boards and software modules. The new signal input board improves the system by further increasing the number of possible applications, since it is now possible to connect almost any sensor available on the market to the 8619.

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