Single channel temperature transmitter for stand alone installation in IP67-Waterproof case.
Ideal for building automation, HVAC and GMP monitoring with 1 analog and 1 RS485 Output.
|Article No.||260 18 08|
|Premission voltage range:||5 to 39V|
|Input:||1* PT100 / PT1000 (-200… +300°C)|
|2, 3 or 4 wire|
|Output:||1* scalable analogue current (0/4..20mA or voltage 0/2..10V)|
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