Status DIN Rail Temperature Transmitters take a raw signal from RTD or thermocouples and provide a conditioned output (commonly 4-20mA) that can incorporated into your control system. One benefit is that this signal may be sent over distance without degradation.
Status DIN Rail Temperature transmitters accept a variety of RTD inputs, including 3 different versions of Pt100 alone, and many thermocouple types. A resistance input can also be selected. An example of this would be in conjunction with a float level sensor application. Various versions of these transmitters would also allow a non linear signal, for example volume filling in a tank.
Status DIN Rail Temperature transmitters come with a small footprint. A basic SEM213 has a width of 12.5mm, reducing panel size and associated costs. Installation is directly to standard “top hat” DIN rail (EN 50022).
The following DIN Rail Temperature Transmitters are available as standard:
- Status SEM213 – Compact, cost effective solution with push button configuration.
- Status SEM1603 – IO isolation and configuration via PC with Status software
- Status SEM1610 – IO isolation, PC configuration and push button span/zero trim
- Status SEM315 – HART communications
- Status SEM1800 – Dual Channel, ATEX and IEC rated transmitters
Fluidic are a recognised partner of Status Instruments for Scotland and the North of England. Along with the above DIN rail mounted temperature transmitters we offer head mounted transmitters and a range of signal conditioning instrumentation. Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and are able to help with instrument selection within the full Status Instruments supply scope. Please call either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920, Warrington 01925 572401).