The universal theta 60M convert the input variable – a DC current or voltage , or a signal from a thermocouple,resistance thermometr, remote sensor or potentiometer – to a proportional analogue outpur signal. The analogue output signal is either an impressed current or superimposed voltage which is processed by other devices for purpose of displaying, recording, and/or regulating a constant. A considerable number of measuring ranges including bipolar or spread ranges are available. Special Features: Electric insulation between measured variable, analogue output signal and power supply / Safe isolation acc. to EN 61 010 Provision for either snapping the transmitter onto top-hat rails or securing it with screws to a wall or panel Housing only 17.5 mm wide (size S17 housing)/ Low space requirement All programming operations by IBM XT, AT or compatible PC running the self-explanatory, menu-controlled programming software, if necessary, during operation / No ancillary hand-held terminals needed Digital measured variable data available at the programming interface/ Simplifies commissioning, measured variable and signals can be viewed on PC in the field
  • Voltage: 85~230 V DC / AC,24~60 V DC / AC
  • Communication: RS-232
  • Measuring Range:
  • DC voltage: – 300...0...300 mV , – 40...0...40 V DC current: – 12...0... 12 mA/ – 50...0...100 mA Resistance: 0... 740 Ω /0...5000 Ω
  • Outputs:
  • 0...20 mA or 4...20 mA 0...5, 1...5, 0...10 or 2...10 V
  • Operating temperature:
  • -25°C~55°C

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