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Hanwell RL8000 Transmitter

Hanwell RL8000 transmitter is part of the Hanwell Pro Monitoring system, feeding into Hanwell EMS Software.  The RL8000 accepts up to 8 analogue or temperature inputs.  Input types include 4-20mA, 0-10V, thermocouple, Pt100 and thermistor.  This allows traditionally field wired devices to integrate into the Hanwell EMS monitoring system.  Sensors are connected to the RL8000 in the same manner as legacy RL2000 transmitters, providing 4x dual channel input types.  ID numbers are quickly and easily selected by onboard DIP switches.  The RL8000 is locally powered by 12VDC and provided with a “laptop” adapter plug for UK mains powered where required.


Fluidic offer a panel mounting RL8000 with suitable fuse/MCB protection for professional, clean and safe installation.  Where using 4-20mA analogue input types, we can supply the enclosure such that it feeds the necessary 24V supply to each loop-powered transmitter.  This keeps cabling to a minimum and eliminates messy “chocolate block” or junction box wiring.


Hanwell RL8000 Specifications

  • 8 inputs from existing wired field devices
  • Part of the Hanwell Pro Wireless Monitoring System
  • 12VDC powered with UK mains adapter
  • 2x on board relay outputs (held open when powered)
  • RS-232 and RS-485 on board communications
  • Brushed stainless steel enclosure (wall mountable)
    • Enclosure is approx. 216 x 117 x 48 mm
  • Remote antenna option
  • Cabinet mounting from Fluidic with circuitry protection etc
  • Maximum scan rate of every second
  • Transmission rate from every 4 seconds to 3 minutes


Fluidic are a recognised partner of Hanwell (part of Ellab) for Scotland and the North of England. Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and able to help with instrument selection within the full Hanwell wireless system. Please call either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920, Warrington 01925 572401).


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