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iTEMP TMT122
DIN rail temperature transmitter

Transformation of sensor signals into stable and standardized output signals for all industries

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Unsurpassed reliability, accuracy and long-term stability in critical processes over all industries. The configurable transmitter not only transfers converted signals from resistance thermometers (RTD) and thermocouples (TC), it also transfers resistance and voltage signals using HART® communication. Swift and easy operation, visualization and maintenance by PC using operating software. Installation is realized on DIN rail according to IEC 60715 (housing width: 22.5 mm).

Benefícios

  • Universal settings with HART® protocol

  • High accuracy in total ambient temperature range

  • Fault signal on sensor break or short circuit, NAMUR NE 43 compliant

  • EMC to NAMUR NE 21, CE

  • Ex-Certification: ATEX Ex, CSA IS, FM IS

  • Galvanic isolation

  • SIL2 compliant

Campo de aplicação

  • Temperature transmitter with HART® -Protocol for converting various input signals into a scalable 4 to 20 mA analog output signal

  • Input: Resistance thermometer (RTD), thermocouple (TC), resistance transmitter (Ω), voltage transmitter (mV)

  • HART®-Protocol for front end unit or panel unit operation using the hand operating module (DXR275, DXR375) or a PC (e.g. ReadWin 2000 or FieldCare)

Características e especificações

Documentos / Manuais / Software

Acessórios / peças sobressalentes

Predecessor / Successor

Predecessor: TMD840, TMD842

Contato

Endress+Hauser Controle e Automação Ltda.
Av. Ibirapuera 2033 3o. andar - Moema 04029-901 São Paulo - SP Brasil
Tel.: +55 11 5033-4333
Tel.: +55 11 94116-4753 (whatsapp)
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