Rochester, New York (PRWEB) August 10, 2012
The Adtech offering of 500 series alarm modules are new and improved design and function. Adtech has the same functional models as before but the upgrades allow for flexibility and options that can be useful to the end user without requesting them as a special order.
Adtech has also improved upon our ability to meet some of the most stringent IEC transient tests. This protection is optionally available for IEC 67000 EFT, Surge Ring Wave and Burst tests. This capability is particularly useful in power plants and difficult industrial environments.
The ability of Adtech to monitor critical process functions has recently been improved. We have added a complete new line of alarm monitor modules. The these alarm modules can monitor, AC Volts, AC Current, Dc Volts, DC Current, Millivolt, T/C and RTD sensors. All alarms feature adjustable time delay, adjustable dead band, latching action and LED indication of alarm status. Alarms can be configured for either fail safe or non-fail safe mode. More information can be found at http://www.adtech-inst.com.
“Adtech, Inc. has many new models one of our original models may suffice or if special orders are needed we can provide that also” said Thomas Crumlish the President of Adtech. “The ability to provide not only what a customer needs, but to go beyond that and design specifically for that customer continues to set us apart” said Crumlish. Adtech, Inc. offers solutions to any process measurement needs; staff is knowledgeable and offers support not only when purchasing a model, but most importantly after purchasing with technical problems.
Analog Digital Technology LLC (dba Adtech) was founded in 1981 and is a Rochester, New York based manufacturer of high quality, reasonably priced signal conditioning modules. These include temperature transmitters (both RTD and T/C), millivolt, AC (volts or amps), isolators, analog computing modules, integrators, indicators, alarms and loop power supplies. The transmitter line comes in two, three or four-wire models.