Universal transmitter

  • 13-Feb-2009 08:53 EST

The TXDIN1600 series from Omega Engineering is a new-generation DIN rail-mounted temperature transmitter. Designed to accept most common process and temperature sensor inputs, the CE-compliant device provides the user with a standard two-wire 4- to 20-mA output signal. Isolation is provided between input and output, and all temperature ranges are linear to temperature. The TXDIN1600 is also provided with user push-button trim, allowing trim adjustments at both 4 and 20 mA. The user trim function can be locked during configuration if not required. The range LED indicates out-of-range input during normal operation; during user trim, it indicates the stage of trim. The TXDIN1600 is suitable for use in automotive applications such as HVAC or any temperature monitoring application.
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