RTD temperature transmitter TMT72
thermocoupleresistanceNAMUR

RTD temperature transmitter
RTD temperature transmitter
RTD temperature transmitter
RTD temperature transmitter
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Characteristics

Input type
RTD, thermocouple, resistance
Output signal
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Other characteristics
compact, smart, with digital display

Description

Unsurpassed reliability, accuracy and long-term stability in critical processes across all industries. The configurable transmitter transfers converted signals from RTD and thermocouple (TC) temperature probes, as well as resistance and voltage signals using HART® communication. Diagnostics information according to NAMUR NE 107. Seamless integration into all major control and asset management systems. Integrated Bluetooth® interface for remote operation via Endress+Hauser SmartBlue App. Bluetooth®-enabled temperature transmitter with HART® communication for the conversion of various input signals into a scalable, analog 4 to 20 mA output signal Improved process efficiency and increased plant uptime Universal input for RTD, TC, resistance transmitters (Ω), voltage transmitters (mV) Installation in terminal head form B (flat face) as per DIN EN 50446 Installation in cabinets with DIN rail housing Optional installation in field housing even for use in Ex d applications Safe operation in hazardous areas thanks to international approvals Reliable operation thanks to sensor and device monitoring Integrated Bluetooth® interface for the wireless display of measured values and configuration via E+H SmartBlue (app), optional Diagnostics information according to NAMUR NE 107 Available with plug-on display TID10 Optimization of the measurement accuracy by sensor-transmitter matching.

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