Instruments & Systems was started in 1985 with view to provide automation solutions to Sugar Industries, where the automation was still in its nascent stage at that time. Company founder Mr. S.C. Mittal had long experience in R&D activities initiated by government of INDIA CIRI PILANI for instrumentation in Sugar Industries. He was involved in the development of initial Vacuum Batch Pan Automation System for Sugar Industries.
In its early days Instruments & Systems focused on developing only Vacuum Pan Automation and pH Control systems. Company started manufacturing in house developed sensors and transmitters for sugar application. With the passage time company developed various process transmitters and customized controllers. Over a period time company has executed lot of automation projects with PLCs, DCS, SCADA, Soft Logic Controls, RDACs etc., depending upon the requirement. Through our manufacturing base and affiliated product range, we provide the entire range of I/O modules, Controllers, Scanners, Remote Terminals Units, Signal Isolators/Convertors, HMI/SCADA Software products, Interoperability products as well as customized products.
Instruments And Systems are providing pressure transmitters.
For high & low pressure measurement (gage and absolute), the ISP 200 series offers combined linearly repeatability and hysteresis errors that are typically below 0.2 to 1.5% FS of full scale
Ceramic sensing element contains an integral, reliable, solid state, custom hybrid circuit signal conditioner
This circuit provides temperature compensation for a stable output through use of computer-controlled laser trimming of hybrid circuit component
Unit-to-unit uniformity is assured with no calibration required by the user; pressure range – 0-1bar to 0-400bar (gauge and absolute); temperature coefficient [0.1% per 10 deg C] may be optimised for a specific operating temperature
Zero and span adjusted; long term stability; operating temperature range 40deg to 125 deg C /- 0.25%; electromagnetic interference [EMI] protection.
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