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Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ DVC7K Digital Valve Controller
The Fisher FIELDVUE DVC7K instrument provides Advice at the Device™ via flexible connectivity; easy-to-use interface; and allows you to analyze data in real-time to evaluate performance and reliability enabling your operation to run closer to setpoint, improving product quality with more accurate control.
Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ DVC7K Digital Valve Controller


Area Classification
Intrinsically Safe, Explosion-proof, Dust-Ignition-proof, Increased Safety, Class/Div/Zone
cCSAus (Pending), IECEx/ATEX/NEPSI (Next Up)
Communication Protocol
Data Interface
Input Signal
4-20 mA DC, 24 VDC
Max Outlet Pressure
145 psig
Mounting Type
Integral Mounted
Operating Temperature
Standard Temperature, Extreme Temperature
Position Control
Throttling Control, On/Off
Process Control
Flow, Pressure, Temperature, Level
Supply Media
Air or Natural Gas
Other Configurations
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  • The high performance, linkage-less feedback system eliminates physical contact, which eliminates wearing on parts, maximizing cycle life.
  • The field proven conformal coated electronics resist the effects of vibration, temperature, and corrosive atmospheres.
  • Identify the health status of the valve assembly at a distance with the NE 107 LED indicator.
  • Easy-to-use interface provides visual instrument health identification, configuration and troubleshooting locally via Local User Interface (LUI).
  • Provides quick responsiveness to large step changes and precise control for small setpoint changes.
  • The self-diagnostic capability of the DVC7K provides valve performance and health evaluation without shutting down the process.
  • The modular design allows critical working components to be replaced without removing field wiring or pneumatic tubing.
  • When installed in an integrated control system, significant hardware and installation cost savings can be achieved.
  • The DVC7K is a HART 7 communicating device, so information can be accessed anywhere along the loop. This flexibility can reduce exposure to hazardous environments and make it easier to evaluate valves in hard to reach locations.