Temperature converter LPX series

temperature converter
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RS-232, USB, HART, 1 analog output
Other characteristics
programmable, galvanic, office, trip amplifier


This card is designed to convert RTD100, thermocouples, potentiometer, mA, mV and other standardized current signals coming from the hazardous area to the safe area. Input: Universal Output: up to 2 4/20mA outputs and 4programmable threshold depending on model Supply: VAC ou VDC Red LED for alarm state, and green LED for presence of voltage Installation: Safe area progressX Manager for programming the type of input, relays state in case of fault, hysteresis and alarm temporisation, 4/20mA output Possibility for line measurement and outputs simulation Options: » Hart signal transparency with the barrier » RS232 programming cable and USB / RS232 converter EC Type examination certificate number : LCIE03 ATEX 6469X ATEX classification : II (1) GD [Ex ia] IIC ou [Ex ia] IIB ou [Ex iaD] Function Smart converter for measuring process signals with programming through PC using ProgressXmanager Software (RS 232 connection). Electrical data Consumption ≤ 4VA Frequency 48 to 62 Hz Power supply 98 to 255 Vac 21 to 58 Vdc (to be speci ed when ordering) Front face green LED ON when energized Input signal (from safe area) see codification Transmitter 2/3/4 wires (4/20mA) SMART Transmitter HART protocol Current, Voltage, Potentiometer, RTD, Thermocouples Output signal (to hazardous area) Depending on options, 1 analog output and / or 2 or 4 alarm relays. Input faults can be seen on the relays and on the output signal. On front face, a RS 232 connector allows communication with P.C. Response time ≤ 350 ms Galvanic isolation between: IS Input / Supply – NIS outputs 2500 Vac 50 Hz Supply / NIS Output 1000 Vca 50Hz


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