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Take a look at the latest addition to our Emerson line of valve controllers—the DVC7K—
an ideal choice for upgrading or designing new systems. 

Next Generation Digital Valve Controller

Next Generation Digital Valve Controller

The DVC7K not only performs as expected for a valve controller, but also includes a variety of standard diagnostic tools with advanced communication protocols for simplicity of use. Through game-changing ‘Advice at the Device™ technology’, the valve controller monitors the data and can offer advice to operators on actions that should be performed.
Meaningful and Actionable Advice at the Device

The DVC7K focuses on the three most critical control valve issues: travel deviation, supply pressure, and drive signal.

Key Features Include:

  • Local User Interface (LUI) home screen provides immediate visual indication and alerts with recommended troubleshooting tips
  • LED Status Indicator (red/green) with three default alerts for travel deviation, supply pressure, and drive signal
  • Stroke Time Measurements detect stroke speed degradation, enhancing the functionality of On/Off valves
  • Plug and Play Installation with a mechanical form and function equivalent to the DVC6200 
<span style="color:#00488e;">Built for Severe Environments</span>
Built for Severe Environments
The DVC7K is weathertight and can be easily mounted on valve bodies, or further away as needed, and is safe to use in environments with flammable vapors. The high performance, linkage-less feedback system eliminates physical contact which reduces wear on parts, maximizing life cycle.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, while our investment for the future is in the DVC7K platform we want you to be assured that there are no plans to retire the DVC6200.

The DVC7K will use the same mountings as the DVC6200. 

Yes, some parts will change. However, the DVC7K shares the same I/P, Relay, and magnetic array and mountings as the DVC6200. 

No, you cannot. However, you can set up your instrument with the Local User Interface (LUI) or using the Device Description (DD) on the Trex, your laptop using AMS Device Configurator, or through any HART® based Host System.

The LED will indicate if an alert is active. You can also see the active alerts, NE107 status, and recommended actions on how to correct the alert from the LUI or using the DD.  

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