Honeywell Sensing and Control Announces the Model SC500 Transducer Indicator/Conditioner

  • September 16, 2004
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(COLUMBUS, OH. September 16, 2004) — Honeywell [NYSE: HON] Sensing and Control announces one of the most versatile tools on the test and measurement market, the Model SC500 from Honeywell Sensotec, an operating unit of Honeywell Sensing and Control. The Model SC500 offers small size (1/8 DIN), three transducer input options (strain gauge, high-level, and LVDT), and five output options (including RS-232 and RS-485). This microprocessor-based indicator/conditioner also offers four virtual channels configurable at the factory to support custom applications-thereby eliminating the need to purchase and program a dedicated PC to handle signal conditioning. For applications requiring many sensors, this model offers the convenience of Plug & Play technology, which effectively eliminates “cabling and labeling” problems. An AC adapter enables easy use most anywhere in the world, and the large, bright numbers on the vacuum-fluorescent display ensure easy reading. The Model SC500 is compatible with a wide variety of Honeywell Sensotec sensors. Honeywell International is a $23 billion diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; automotive products; turbochargers; specialty chemicals; fibers; and electronic and advanced materials. Based in Morris Township, N.J., Honeywell’s shares are traded on the New York, London, Chicago and Pacific Stock Exchanges. It is one of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average and is also a component of the Standard & Poor's 500 Index. For additional information, please visit Honeywell Sensing and Control is part of Honeywell's Automation and Control Solutions group, a global leader in providing product and service solutions that improve efficiency and profitability, support regulatory compliance, and maintain safe, comfortable environments in homes, buildings and industry. For more information about Sensing and Control, access

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