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Temperature Measurement - Temperature Transmitters
Temperature Transmitters - Overview Transmitters
In 1974, INOR launched the world’s first temperature transmitter that could be built into the connection head of a thermometer. This breakthrough made it possible to convert the sensitive thermometer signal directly at the measuring station into a fail-safe current and to relay it undisturbed over long distances. This also meant that special compensating lines and thermocouple wires could be eliminated for thermocouples.
Measuring Principle
Electrical thermometers have just one small, sensitive output signal. Temperature transmitters convert that signal into a standardised current signal, proportional to the temperature, that can be transported over long distances without problem. 2-wire transmitters get the required energy from the loop. Their output current of 4…20 mA corresponds to the measuring signal and is always proportional to the temperature. Resistance thermometers and different types of thermocouples can be connected to the transmitter input. Head-mounted transmitters are built into the connection head of a thermometer. If the ambient temperature is too high, a rail-mounted variant is used for the control cabinet.
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TT10 C
The series of TT10 C temperature transmitters is analogue, adjustable, two-wire transmitters for Pt100 with current output. High reliability and superior performance, thin shell, durable, wiring easily.
TT10 R

The series of TT10 R temperature transmitters is analogue, adjustable, two-wire transmitters for Pt100 with current output. High reliability and superior performance.

 

TT11 C

The TT11C temperature transmitter is Analogue, adjustable three-wire transmitters for Pt100 or Pt1000 with 0-10V voltage output. it is widely used in HAVC.

High reliability and superior performance, thin shell, durable, wiring easily.

TT11 R

The TT11R temperature transmitter is Analogue, adjustable three-wire transmitters for Pt100 or Pt1000 with 0-10V voltage output. it is widely used in HAVC.

High reliability and superior performance.

TT30 C
Universally, programmable two-wire transmitters for thermocouples and resistance thermometers with current output.
TT30 R

Universally, programmable two-wire transmitters for thermocouples and resistance thermometers with current output.

 

TT31 R

One or two-channel universally programmable two-wire transmitters for thermocouples and resistance thermometers with current output.