Model TMZ accepts most industry standard temperature, current or voltage signals. The PC-programmable Modbus transmitter with dual universal input channels allows users to increase measurement density.
Model HTZ simultaneously measures humidity and temperature in industrial manufacturing applications. Based on the humidity and temperature values, the Smart HART transmitter also provides a dewpoint measurement as a calculated variable.
Some applications use a modular approach to temperature sensing while others must be built from scratch. Fortunately, there is no shortage of temperature sensor options to solve even the most complex problems.
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The X-well Technology with a Rosemount 3144P transmitter works with the company’s WirelessHart X-well Technology to extend nonintrusive temperature sensing technology for users in conventional wired I/O environments.
Model TZ is certified by exida to IEC61508 for systematic integrity up to SIL 3, and for single use in safety instrumented systems (SIS) up to SIL 2. The functional safety, dual-input smart Hart DIN-style temperature transmitter with associated IS sensor connections configures quickly and easily to accept a single or dual input.
Would you like to improve industrial temperature measurement performance? Gain and apply a theoretical understanding of temperature sensor characteristics to make the best choice for your heat processing applications.
Applications involving heating invariably require temperature measurement instrumentation. Temperature instruments typically consist of a thermowell, a sensor and a transmitter to convert the sensor data to an industry-standard signal such as 4 to 20 mA or fieldbus digital communications.
Oven temperature data is critical to the entire process, including preheating, curing and drying. Using different types of temperature sensors, you can find out if your oven interiors are uniform in temperature or if there are uneven zones impacting consistency.
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