Turbo Corrector
 

Turbo Corrector

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​Honeywell’s Turbo Corrector is a fully featured Mini-AT electronic volume corrector with an internal expansion board called the Turbine Interface Board (TIB). The TIB accepts high-frequency main and sense rotor signals from the Invensys Auto-Adjust Turbo-Meter (AAT), and calculates the adjusted volume based on AAT algorithms.

​Turbo Corrector from Mercury Instruments performs pressure, temperature, and supercompressibility correction on the adjusted volume or unadjusted volume pulses transmitted by the TIB after each AAT calculation cycle. It is capable of performing correction on uncorrected gas volume (from the mechanical switch input) depending on the setting of configuration item 182.

The TIB is also capable of producing separate pulse outputs for adjusted volume, normal and abnormal alarms, and buffered main and sense rotor signals. A 4-20 mA output can be used to output Instantaneous Delta A or Adjusted Flow Rate. Turbo Corrector requires power from either an external DC power supply or solar power supply. Power supplies and barriers for hazardous locations (Class 1, Divisions 1 & 2) are also available.

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Turbo Corrector (TOC) - User ManualThe Turbo Corrector is a fully featured Mini-AT Electronic Volume Corrector with an internal interface board called the Turbine Interface Board (TIB).6.39 MBSupport Manual25 Oct 2010
 
 
 
 
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