PV380-R3: Murphy Standard PowerView™ (78700708)
PV380-R3: New Murphy Standard PowerView™. Engine Instrumentation Module. (78700708)
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With robust, multifunction control, the rugged PV380 is the perfect upgrade from a PV101 for improved usability and advanced engine monitoring. But what makes the PV380 better than the PV101.
“The PV380 has all the capabilities of the PV101 and more,” said Adam Johnson, regional sales manager for Enovation Controls. “The customization of the PV380 allows operators to control their solution and provide more data to the end user at an economical price point.”
Compared to the PV101, the PV380 provides a bigger screen with a significantly higher resolution to display more information clearly. The PV380 display also features five tactile buttons and the 3.8-inch QVGA monochrome LCD is easy to read in direct sunlight. The PV380 is customizable right out of the box you to set up your system using the screen and buttons without the need for a computer.
The PV380 can be used as a basic engine monitoring system or a machine controller with CAN and RS-485 (MODBUS) communications, 8 built-in inputs (7 more than the PV101) and 2 digital outputs. Capable of handling sophisticated engine diagnostics as well as basic engine alarm/shutdown, the display provides values and control for your system. The PV380 also includes Real Time Clock support and a greater operating temperature range than the PV101.
- For Use on Mechanical & Electronic Engines
- Out-of-the-Box Configuration Display
- Tier 4/Euro Stage IV Ready
- Set Point Alarm and Shut-down Control
- CAN J1939 Communications
- Supports Multiple Languages
MurCal is an Authorized Distributor of Murphy by Enovation products.
MurCal provides experienced application and product support, before and after the sale.
For California customers: Prop 65 WARNING: This product may have been manufactured with or uses components that can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.