Value Series FX1000

The FX1000 paperless recorder exceeds customer expectations for quality, high performance and capability—at a price that meets the needs of a cost-sensitive market. FX1000 combines a clear view of process data with highly reliable recording and efficient data access. Network file transfer and web browser viewing improves efficiency and saves time. In addition, FX1000 has the ability to monitor power consumption and record energy usage for diagnostic, preventative maintenance and cost savings.


Intuitive display, easy operation

  • 5.7-inch, high-precision, wide-viewing-angle color TFT LCD
  • Many types of displays such as trend, digital, bar graph, overview, alarm, and historical trend
  • Remote viewing of the FX1000 screen through the Internet
  • Multi-functional panel keys
  • Start/stop recording by batch, and create data files

Comprehensive selection of measurement types, and exceptional performance

  • Input types: DCV, TC, RTD, DI
  • Scan interval: 1 s, 125 ms (fast sampling)
  • Channels: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
  • Measurement accuracy: ±0.05% of reading (DCV), ±0.15% of reading (TC, RTD)

Reliable data storage

  • Large (400 MB) internal memory
  • SD cards or CF cards, up to 32 GB
  • USB interface (option)
  • Binary data storage
  • Network enables data redundancy

Support for a variety of applications

  • Power measurement recording (option)
  • Vacuum pressure recording (Log scale, option)
  • Flow rate summation (option)
  • F value calculation (option)

Reliable design and construction

  • Space-saving design
  • Waterproof and dustproof (IP65 compliant)




There are thousands of miles of underground pipelines found in the world today. All pipelines require strategically located pumping stations, most often determined by factors such as pipeline size, topography, land use and local road access. The main purpose of the station is to pressurize the flow of gas along the line, but they can also function as remote monitoring stations. Pipeline inlet and outlet pressure as well as temperature are monitored at each station to confirm the gas is flowing. These stations are typically unmanned and are required by DOT 49 CFR 195.452 "pipeline integrity management in high consequence areas" to be monitored and assessed on a periodic basis.


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