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Today I am going to show you our new Temperature transmitters from our brand: ProSense.
We are adding forty eight new parts to our temperature transmitter line to better suite your needs.
To give you a little info on temperature transmitters: they allow you to take a weak, low-level RTD or thermocouple temperature sensor signal, and convert it to a high-level analog signal more appropriate for long-distance transmission through a loud plant, and prepared for direct interface with a Loop Controller, PLC, or DCS.
To enhance measurement accuracy, transmitters are calibrated to respond between two measurement points. This advantage allows a complete range to be monitored, while placing measurement emphasis on a specific segment of the range most critical to the process
We now have twenty two non-programmable pre-configured head mount transmitters and twenty two non-programmable pre-configured DIN rail mount transmitters, one programmable head mount and one programmable DIN rail mount style as well as a USB configuration cable and as usual.. free downloadable configuration software.
The non-programmable styles have three wire pt100 RTD and three Thermocouple inputs with four to twenty milli amp outputs. The ranges are negative forty degrees F all the way up to two thousand degrees F depending on the transmitter.
The Programmable styles have nine different RTD and twelve thermocouple inputs as well as millivolt and the outputs can be setup for four to twenty milli amp or twenty to four milli amp. The ranges are HUGE with negative four hundred and fifty four degrees F up to four thousand, five hundred and twenty three degrees F depending on the transmitter.
The main difference on the head style and DIN style are how and where they are mounted as well as the environmental protection ratings and the power supply ranges.
You can find the agency approvals and specs for these new prosense temperature transmitters on our website at: http://www.automationdirect.com
Don't forget: we sell temperature probes, RTDs, thermocouples and more!
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