Registered Product Information
FOUNDATION Field Device
BEKA BA414DF series Fieldbus Indicators
BEKA Fieldbus Indicators are available in a range of model types to satisfy most applications
Key models are:
BA414DF Intrinsically safe, field mounting
BA418CF Intrinsically safe, panel mounting
BA414NDF Type nL certified, field mounting
BA614DF General purpose, field mounting
BA618CF General purpose, panel mounting
Each of these bus powered devices features a large easy to read 5 digit display with a 31 segment scaleable horizontal bargraph. They display a single fieldbus variable and are a cost effective alternative to the well established BEKA multivariable displays that are now in worldwide use.
The Indicator uses a single Input Selector (IS) function block for compatibility with most host systems.
The field mounting models are housed in a robust IP66 glass reinforced polyester (GRP) enclosure with a toughened glass window that may be surface or pipe mounted. The panel mounting models have an IP66 front panel with a gasket to seal the joint between the instrument and the panel.
The intrinsically safe models are both entity and FISCO compliant and have ATEX and IECEx certifications. FM & CFM approvals are pending. Certification for dust hazards is also available on some models.
Units of measurement and the instrument application or tag number can be economically marked onto the display escutcheon.
Registered Product Details
Manufacturer ID (hex):
Device Type ID (hex):
FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile:
121, 123, 511
FOUNDATION Stack Class:
Alarms and Events
Function Block Linking
Multi-Bit Alert Reporting
DD/CFF Tester Version:
Device Support File Usage
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