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Acromag In-Head & DIN Rail Temperature Transmitters

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IN-HEAD & DIN RAIL TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTERS
ST131 ST131-0600 PT100 Temperature Transmitter
 
The ST131 is a low-cost two-wire transmitter that converts a 100 ohm Platinum RTD sensor input to a proportional 4...20mA signal. Power is received from the output loop current. The transmitter provides sensor excitation and includes linearization, lead-wire compensation, and lead-break detection functions. Setup and calibration are fast and easy with a convenient USB connection to your PC and Acromag’s Windows configuration software.

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ST132 ST132-0600 Thermocouple Temperature Transmitter
 
The ST132 is a low-cost two-wire transmitter that converts a millivolt or thermocouple sensor input to a proportional 4...20mA control signal. Power is received from the output loop current. The transmitter performs signal linearization, cold-junction compensation, and lead-break detection functions. Setup and calibration are fast and easy with a convenient USB connection to your PC and Acromag’s Windows configuration software.

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TT231-0600 TT231-0600 PT100 Temperature Transmitter
 
The TT231 model is a USB configurable space-saving two-wire transmitter that converts a 100 ohm Platinum RTD sensor input to a proportional 4...20mA signal. Power is received from the output loop current or a DC supply when using a three-wire connection. The transmitter provides sensor excitation plus performs linearization, lead-wire compensation, and lead-break detection.

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TT231-0600 TT233-0600 Thermocouple Temperature Transmitter

The TT233 model is a USB configurable space-saving two-wire transmitter that isolates and converts a millivolt or thermocouple sensor input to a proportional 4-20mA control signal. Power is received from the output loop current or a DC supply when using a three-wire connection. The transmitter performs thermocouple linearization, cold junction compensation, and lead-break detection. High-voltage isolation separates the input from the output circuit. Isolation protects from surges, reduces noise, and eliminates ground loop errors.

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801T-0500 801T-0500 Universal Temperature Transmitter

The 801T is a universal intelligent Temperature Transmitter. Inputs: Thermocouple (J, K, T, R, S, E, B, N), RTD (Pt, Ni, Cu), millivolt (±100mV DC) and 0 to 500 ohms input with 0...20mA DC, 0...10V DC output. Mechanical relay (25V @ 5A) alarm, 10...36V DC power. Software configurable, performs linearization, square root extraction, and optional limit alarm functions. Acromag's IntelliPack® series is a family of high-performance, multi-function I/O modules. IntelliPack temperature transmitters feature universal input/output ranges and an intelligent microcontroller to provide extreme flexibility and powerful signal conditioning capabilities. Software configuration (Windows XP/Vista®/7) makes setup fast and easy. Push-button field adjustment (no PC required) keeps routine maintenance simple with a conventional calibrator. IntelliPacks are an ideal solution for a broad range of process monitoring and control.

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