The LCI-90i is a new, next-generation line control instrument that combines advanced signal-processing capabilities with the rugged reliability that made the original LCI-90 display a popular choice for new winch projects and retrofits of existing line monitoring equipment.
Monitor speed, payout, and tension - both cable and chain - in single or multi winch systems with our easy to read, durable displays.
The LCI-90i-IS Hazardous Location Display is a UL Certified Class 1, Division 2 rugged programmable controller that combines advanced signal-processing capabilities with the reliability that made the original LCI-90 display a popular choice for new winch projects and retrofits of existing line monitoring equipment. Versions of this display are available for winch, pump, crane, tank, and torque applications.
Engineered to perform in the harshest outdoor marine environments, the LCI-80x Rugged Programmable Controller offers a ruggedized compact HMI combined with today’s latest processing technology. Noted for years of performance in extreme environments where viewability is critical, the LCI-80x RPC is set apart from other panel meters, HMIs and analog gauges, not only by its robust durability but its advanced control and datalogging capabilities.
The LCI-80x Torque displays real time torque and peak torque values with a configurable visual bar graph to improve operational efficiency and accuracy. Project records are recorded to a USB thumb drive to provide reports, traceability and transparency for torque applications.
We offer a range of enclosure options and accessories to meet the requirements of any environment or application.
Rugged Controls displays are an ideal and simple drop-in replacement for out-dated or defunct monitor displays already deployed in the field.
Rugged Controls can customize both the hardware and firmware of our displays to satisfy requirements outside the parameters of our stock configurations.
The LCI-90i Drum Counter display is used to display line tension, speed and payout for applications where line parameter calibration coefficients are variable due the change in number of layers of the cable or rope on the drum.