If you have used a Pi controller you will know that they give you unrivalled control options but did you know that Pi’s new controllers also offer individual security for up to 20 named individuals?
Pi’s controllers have always given flexibility but did you know that Pi’s new controllers can accommodate up to 16 sensors of any description?
This Focus On describes the 10 most popular innovations to be found in Pi’s new CRONOS® and CRIUS®.
No. 1 – Human readable service log
Both the CRONOS® and CRIUS® analyzer/controller has a downloadable human readable service log – giving an entire history of the instrument including current settings, calibrations etc. Provides a great snapshot of how an engineer left an instrument.
No. 2 – Cloning facility
Ever had to set up many instruments with the same settings? Simply set up one and copy it to others!
No. 3 – On screen wiring diagrams
Lost the manual or can’t be bothered to find it? Pi’s analyzers have the answer!
No. 4 – Want a bit more info on what’s going on with a sensor?
Pi’s new sensor maintenance pages are just for you then! Detailed information about all aspects of the signal coming off the sensor clearly available.
No. 5 – Instrument datalogs not quite giving you what you need?
Pi’s new look datalogs in CRONOS® and CRIUS® (downloadable) let you datalog almost everything, put graphs on the display, datalog the same parameters at more than one interval and a whole lot more. Never has instrument datalogging been so easy and complete.
No. 6 – New enclosure
The new enclosure brings a new level of flexibility being wall mountable, pole and handrail mountable and even flush mountable. Not only that, but it gives you loads of room to work in and there are even spare live, neutral and earth terminals to make wiring relays easier!
No. 7 – Not enough I/O?
Don’t worry, simply daisy chain 4 CRIUS® together and you can use the same display, comms options etc. and increase your I/O fourfold to give up to 16 sensors.
No. 8 – Bored of reading about stuff in manuals that you don’t have?
Pi’s new manuals are bespoke to each instrument. The manual is ‘built’ to match each individual instrument so the manual only has what you have!
No. 9 – Has the operator been messing with settings they shouldn’t?
No more! With 20 individual user settable logons, you can give people access to what they need and no more.
No. 10 – Control algorithms
Pi has developed a reputation for developing great control algorithms and this has continued with the new CRONOS® and CRIUS® with the introduction of feed forward control algorithms and a master controller which selects the correct control philosophy to use (for use with complex systems such as coagulation control).