the P2 Profiler
A simple programmable piecewise signal generator. The P2 Profiler PLC is designed to work with or without your PLC to create, modify and run custom pressure profiles with ease.
96 Operational events can be programmed with each profile.
Event Response and resolution is equal to 1ms ±0.25ms.
For each programmed event, 3 customizable triggers exist.
profile in Excel
profile to P2 Profiler
About the P2 Profiler PLC
The P2 Profiler is a standalone server that incorporates a mini PLC controller. This mini PLC controller can either be housed in most Proportion-Air pressure and flow control devices or implemented with a go between external device. The server will execute pressure or flow changes based on time and/or input triggers. With the execution of an event, the pressure (or flow) will go to the programmed event output for the programmed time. Once time has expired, it will advance to the next event, executing each event in order until all events have been executed.
Video: P2 Profiler Demo
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I only control pressure using the P2 Profiler PLC?
…Oh Yeah, you can even control the TEMPERATURE of Saturated Steam!
Can the output pressure or flow be ramped?
Do I have to re-upload the excel file everytime I modify the profile?
Do I need a PLC to control the P2 Profiler?
I have multiple electronic valves, can I control them all from one screen?
Is it possible to use the P2 Profiler PLC with older I/Ps and E/Ps?
Yes. The P2 Profiler is available with an external connection box that can be used to connect to any analog commanded pressure regulator.
|Supply Voltage||15-24 VDC|
|Supply Current||400 mA|
|Elec. Connector||M12, 8-pin|
|Command Resolution||16 bits|
|Feedback Resolution||16 bits|
|Interface||Ethernet, 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX (autosensing)|
|Protocols||TCP/IP, UDP/IP, DHCP|
|Connector||M12 D-Code Ethernet|
|Operating Temps||32-158˚F (0-70˚C)|
|Number of Events||1 to 96 Events|
|Event Resolution||1ms ±0.25ms|
|Pressure Resolution||±0.02 PSI|
|Trigger||+3 to + 24 VDC, 3-triggers/event|