- 4-20 mA Input Loop-Powered
- Modern, Sleek and Practical Enclosure
- 5-Digit, 0.7″ (17.8 mm) Upper Display (0.6″ for -0L1 Models)
- Optional Level Indicator Bar Graph
- 7 Alphanumeric Character, 0.4″ (10.2 mm) Lower Display
- SafeTouch Through-Window Button Programming
- Password Protection
- 32-Point , Square Root, or Exponential Linearization
- Loop or External DC-Powered Backlight Standard
- 3.0 V Drop (6.0 V with Backlight)
- Plastic NEMA 4X, IP65 Enclosure
- Flanges for Wall or Pipe Mounting
- HART Protocol Transparent
- Operates from -40 to 75°C
Precision Digital PD6700 Vantageview NEMA 4X Loop-Powered Process & Level MeterLast Updated: 21/01/2019
RM1,691 – RM2,008
The Vantageview PD6700 is one of Precision Digital’s most advanced and feature-packed plastic, field-mounted, loop-powered indicators. The fact that this meter is loop-powered means that there is no need to run additional, costly power lines. The PD6700 is built in a NEMA 4X and IP65 rated plastic enclosure which can stand up to even the harshest environmental conditions. It features a dual-line display that can be easily scaled in the field for any 4-20 mA analog input. The display has a five digit upper display, a seven alpha-numeric character lower display, and comes with a backlight standard. Two features that really make the PD6700 stand out are its wide viewing angle display and SafeTouch® through-window buttons. These buttons allow the meter to be programmed and operated through the cover window, thus eliminating the need to remove the cover in dirty or wet environments.
Display: Upper: Five digits (-9999 to 99999) 0.70″ (17.8 mm) high, 7-segment, automatic lead zero blanking;
-0L1: 0.6″ high with level bar graph. Lower: Seven characters 0.4″ (10.2 mm) high, 14 segment alphanumeric. Symbols: for high & low alarm, Password Lock. Backlight: White
Decimal Point: Upper process display has up to four decimal places or none: d.dddd d.ddd, d.dd, d.d, or ddddd
Display Update Rate: Ambient > -25°C: 2 Updates/Second. Ambient < -25°C: 1 Update/5 Seconds
Display Orientation: Display may be mounted at 90° increments up to 270° from default orientation.
Overrange: Display flashes 99999
Underrange: Display flashes -9999
Programming Method: Four SafeTouch® through-window buttons when cover is installed. Four internal pushbuttons when cover is removed.
Noise Filter: Programmable – Lo, Med, Hi, or Off
Recalibration: Recalibration is recommended at least every 12 months.
Max/Min Display: Max/Min readings reached by the process are stored until reset by the user or until power to the meter is turned off.
Password: Programmable password restricts modification of programmed settings.
Advanced Functions: Live input calibration, linearization, square root, or programmable exponent
Alarm Indication: Flashing display plus HI/LO indicators
Non-Volatile Memory: All programmed settings are stored in non-volatile memory for a minimum of ten years if power is lost.
Normal Mode Rejection: 64 dB at 50/60 Hz
Operating Temperature Range: -40 to 75°C.
Storage Temperature Range: -40 to 75°C.
Relative Humidity: 0 to 90% non-condensing
Connections: Screw terminals accept 12 to 22 AWG wire
Enclosure: NEMA 4X, IP65 plastic field enclosure. Color: grey. Material: Polycarbonate with UV Stabilizer. Three ¾” NPT threaded conduit openings. Two ¾” NPT plastic conduit plugs, with 1.29″ wrenching flats and a screwdriver slot, are included.
Mounting: May be mounted directly to conduit. Two slotted flanges for wall mounting or NPS 1½” to 2½” or DN 40 to 65 mm pipe mounting.
Overall Dimensions: 5.67″ x 5.25″ x 4.18″ (W x H x D) (144 mm x 133 mm x 106 mm)
Weight: 1.65 lbs (26.4 oz, 0.75 kg)
Warranty: 3 years parts and labor
Input range: 4-20 mA
Accuracy: ±0.03% of calibrated span ±1 count, square root & programmable exponent accuracy range: 10-100% of calibrated span.
Temperature Drift: 50 PPM/°C from -40 to 75°C ambient
Decimal Point: User selectable decimal point
Calibration Range: An error message will appear if input 1 and input 2 signals are too close together. Input Range: 4-20 mA. Minimum Span Input 1 & Input 2: 0.10 mA
Maximum Voltage Drop: 3.0 VDC @ 20 mA without loop-powered backlight. 6.0 VDC @ 20 mA with loop-powered backlight
Equivalent Resistance: 150 Ω @ 20 mA without loop-powered backlight. 300 Ω @ 20 mA with loop-powered backlight
Input Overload: Over current protection to 2 A max.
HART Transparency: Analog input will not interfere with existing HART communications on the wired 4-20 mA signal
External Loop Power Supply:
|Voltage Range||Maximum Power|
|9-30 VDC||9 VDC||12 VDC||24 VDC||30 VDC|
|0.2 W||0.25 W||0.5 W||0.75W|
Open Collector Output (-0L1 Models Only)
Rating: Isolated open collector, 30 VDC @ 150 mA max.
Alarm Output: Assign to level or volume for high or low alarm trip point.
Deadband: 0-100% FS, user selectable
Acknowledge: Front panel ENTER button and external RESET terminals resets output and screen indication.
Input Signal Conditioning
Live Input Calibration
In lieu of meter scaling, the meter can be calibrated with a precision signal source. While applying a precision signal, the relative scale value is entered via the front panel. This is done at any two points along the scale. Using this method, the operator can set a “best fit straight line” for non-linear input spans.
Up to 32 linearization points can be selected under the Linear function. The multi-point linearization can be used to linearize the display for non-linear signals such as those from level transmitters used to measure volume in odd-shaped tanks or to convert level to flow using weirs and flumes that require a complex exponent. These points are established via direct entry (SCALE) or with an external calibration signal (CAL).
Square Root Extraction
The square root extraction function displays flow rate by extracting the square root from a differential pressure transmitter signal. The user selectable low-flow cutoff feature gives a reading of zero when the flow rate drops below a user selectable value.
The programmable exponent function is used to linearize the level signal in open channel flow applications using weirs and flumes and display flow rate and units of measure.