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8064C Electro/Pneumatic (I/P) Converter

SKU 8064C

The 8064C Proportional I/P Converter uses advanced closed loop solid-state electronic control to achieve accurate, high resolution pressure control.

It is available in intrinsically safe and non-incendive type nL versions and its minimum vibration effect and IP66 weatherproof rating make it ideal for field application.

Features and Benefits

  • Accepts high supply pressure - avoids use of additional regulator
  • Factory set for ease of installation
  • Lower cost alternative to 8064A
  • ATEX hazardous area certification
Supply pressure: 1.2 to 10 bar 18 to 150 psi
Output: 0.2 to 1 bar 3 to 15 psi
Supply sensitivity: Less than 0.1% span over full supply pressure range
Flow: Max 300N l/min (12 scfm)
Air consumption: <2.5N l/min at 50% signal (0.025 cfm)
Temperature effect: Typically less than 0.035% of span/°C between -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Response time: 1 sec (from 0 to 90% or 100 to 10% of output pressure into a 0.5 litre load)
Degree of protection: IP66, NEMA 4X (when mounted upright)
Linearity: <0.1% of span
Hysteresis: <0.1% of span

The 8064C Electro/Pneumatic (I/P) Converter controls AMOT pneumatic temperature control valves (G valve).

Electro-Pneumatic Valve System

The electro-pneumatic valve system combines both electric and pneumatic technology, consisting of a pneumatically actuated three-way control valve with an electro-pneumatic converter.

The probe sends a resistance signal to the electronic controller, which in turn sends a 4 to 20mA signal to the 8064C I/P converter that converts this to a pneumatic signal.

The electro-pneumatic system combines the features and functionality of the AMOT electronic control system with the fail-safe action benefits of a pneumatically actuated valve.