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iTEMP TMT121
DIN rail temperature transmitter

Transformation of sensor signals into stable and standardized output signals for all industries

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Unsurpassed reliability, accuracy and long-term stability in critical processes over all industries. The configurable transmitter not only transfers converted signals from resistance thermometers (RTD) and thermocouples (TC), it also transfers resistance and voltage signals. The standardized output signal is a 4 to 20 mA signal. Swift and easy operation, visualization and maintenance by PC using operating software. Installation is realized on DIN rail as per IEC 60715 (housing width: 22.5 mm)

Benefits

  • High accuracy in total ambient temperature range

  • Fault signal on sensor break or short circuit, NAMUR NE 43 compliant

  • Safe operation in hazardous areas - International approvals such as ATEX Ex ia, NEPSI, FM IS, CSA IS

  • EMC to NAMUR NE 21, CE

  • Online configuration during measurement

  • Galvanic isolation

  • Output simulation

Field of application

  • PC programmable (PCP) temperature transmitter for converting various input signals into a scalable 4 to 20 mA analog output signal

  • Universal input for resistance thermometer (RTD), thermocouple (TC), resistance transmitter (Ω) and voltage transmitter (mV)

  • Online configuration using PC with configuration kit (PC-software ReadWin 2000 and USB-interface connection)

Features and specifications

Documents / Manuals / Software

Predecessor / Successor

Predecessor: TMC108, TMC109, TMC147, TMT146, TMT147, TMT2160

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Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG
Colmarer Straße 6 79576 Weil am Rhein Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)7621 975-01
Fax: +49 (0)7621 975-555
Send email www.de.endress.com

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