Probe head-mounted temperature transmitter OPTITEMP TT 10 C

probe head-mounted temperature transmitter
probe head-mounted temperature transmitter
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probe head-mounted
Input type
Pt100, thermocouple, 2-wire, 3-wire
Output signal
analog, 4-20 mA


Head-mounted temperature transmitter with RTD or TC inputs • Input: 1 x Pt100, 3-wire (RTD); J, L, T, K, N (TC) • Output: 2-wire, 4…20 mA • Manually configurable • Accuracy: ±0.15 % The OPTITEMP TT 10 C is an adjustable 2-wire head-mounted temperature transmitter. It works with Pt100 RTD elements or with thermocouple (TC) element types J, L, T, K and N. The temperature transmitter features high reliability and shows excellent performance in many industrial standard applications. It provides a current output (4…20 mA). The OPTITEMP TT 10 C can be configured using solder pads and allows easy wiring through the large centre hole. Zero point and span adjustment can be done by potentiometers. The temperature transmitter is designed for installation in a "B connection head" or larger. As an alternative the OPTITEMP TT 10 C can also be mounted on a DIN rail using an optional rail mounting kit. A dedicated rail-mounted version for DIN rails is available with the OPTITEMP TT 10 R. Product details Alternative product categories : Hockey-puck transmitter, In-head temperature transmitter Technical data Transmitter mounting : Head-mounted Galvanic isolation : No Transmitter input : Resistance (RTD), Thermocouple (TC) Transmitter programmable : No Power supply (VDC) : 6.5…32 VDC 8.5…30 VDC (Ex) Ambient temperature : -40…85°C/ -40…185°F Diagnostic functions : Sensor break detection, Sensor error correction, Sensor short circuit detection Approvals/Standards Certificates/Approvals Ex : ATEX NAMUR compliance : NE 21, NE 43 Communication Analogue outputs : 4…20 mA


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