Configuration to suit any temperature application.
Type: Analogue or Digital
Input: RTD, Thermocouple, or Universal
Isolation: Isolated or Unisolated
Measuring channels: 1 or 2
Output: 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, Hart®, PROFIBUS-PA, or Near Field Communication
Approvals Available: ATEX, FM, CSA, IEC, SIL2, or IECEX
Reduce Wiring Costs – Transmitters eliminate need for special, calibration specific, wiring.
Reduce Signal Interference – Unlike RTDs and Thermocouples, transmitters are not susceptible to radio frequency interference (RFI) or electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Stronger Signal and Increased Accuracy – Transmitters generate a stronger, high-level signal as compared to a low-level signal generated from an RTD or thermocouple. In addition, the range can be changed to reach a desired accuracy.
Flexibility – Changing the temperature element type can be accomplished by reconfiguring the transmitter instead of rewiring the system, or in some cases, more costly changes.