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New Product Features - AC Option and Approvals on Model FT4X!

New Product Features - Model FT4X

Fox Thermal Launches AC Power Option on the FT4XFox Thermal announces today the release of an AC input power option and new approvals on the model FT4X!

The Model FT4X from Fox Thermal is now available with an AC input power option! In addition to this advancement, the approvals for the FT4X have been expanded to include UKEX.

If you’re unfamiliar with the Model FT4X, the most advanced of the Fox Thermal product line, then you should check out all these great features it offers:

  • Standard Data Logger
  • 40x 24-hour daily totals
  • Programmable Contract Time - defines Contract Day
  • Date/time stamped event and alarm logs
  • DC and AC Input Power available
  • Gas-SelectX® - gas selection menu featuring the Oil & Gas Menu
  • Gross Heating Value and Density Calculations of Gas Mix
  • Robust DDC-Sensor™ Design
  • Insertion, Inline, and Remote styles
  • CAL-V™ Calibration Validation
  • Rotatable probe: allows ±180° viewing options in 90° increments
  • FM/FMc, ATEX, UKEX, IECEx approvals. CE mark.
  • Two 4-20mA outputs
  • One pulse/frequency output
  • RS485 Modbus RTU or HART options
  • NIST-traceable calibration
  • Free FT4X View™ Software

Suitable for harsh and hazardous environments, the rugged FT4X measures the mass flow rate of gases in standard units without the need for temperature or pressure compensation.

Click here to learn more about the FT4X >>

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