Digital In-Head Temperature Transmitter - SEM206TH
- Accepts Different Thermistor Types
- Download Thermistor Characteristics
- Push Button Range Configuration
- Sensor Offset Function
- Custom Thermistors Available
The SEM206TH thermistor temperature transmitter accepts thermistor temperature sensors and converts the sensor output over a configured range to a standard industrial (4 to 20) mA transmission signal. The output signal is linear
to temperature. A variety of thermistor types are available when using USBSpeedLink configuration software. Please consult your supplier for custom thermistors. In addition to the PC configuration feature, simple push button operation allows the user to select the desired temperature range manually, by either simulating the thermistor temperature with a resistance box or setting the thermistor sensor to the required calibration point and pressing button to store at both 4 mA and 20 mA points.
The thermistor temperature transmitter can be ordered with any of our temperature probes and connection heads. We can supply temperature probe assemblies with your required thermistor and the thermistor temperature transmitter included.
If you already know the specification you require, we can configure the product for you at no extra cost.
FEATURE HIGHLIGHTSSENSOR CORRECTION
The SEM206TH sensor correction function via the Windows based USBSpeedlink software allows for close matching to a known reference sensor eliminating possible sensor errors.SENSOR BURN OUT DETECTION
If a sensor wire is broken or becomes disconnected the SEM206TH output will automatically go to its user defined level upscale or downscale and the LED illuminates.STABILITY
The SEM206TH in head transmitter incorporates the latest digital technology to ensure accurate, low drift performance.PC / PUSH BUTTON CONFIGURATION
PC configuration requires USBSpeedLink software together with a USB configuration kit. The software allows the operator to select from a variety of thermistor types, then set the required temperature range for a (4 to 20) mA output. A single push button and LED indicator allows the user to configure transmitter range against a manually set input condition.