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  • Sanitary Temperature Transmitter - A Durable Solution for the Food and Beverage Industry
    ifm has designed, developed and manufactured the new TD Series temperature transmitter with a one-piece, stainless steel housing. The integrated transmitter electronics, process connector, and Pt1000 Class "A" RTD probe are a one-piece, laser welded, watertight, factory calibrated IP69K sealed
  • An Overview of Temperature Sensor Transmitters
    Analog (4 - 20 mA) transmitters provide a number of benefits for use in industrial sensing.The nature of current (versus voltage) loops is to maintain the proper current, even if there is significant electrical resistance in the line, up to its maximum voltage capability.For this reason
  • Air Velocity Temperature Measurment All-in-One (.pdf)
    If you are involved in HVAC installation or maintenance, or if you work with air flow in an industrial process, lab, or. research facility, then you will want to know about the new FMA1000 Air Velocity/Temperature Transmitter-Indicator. from Omega Engineering. This compact, full-featured unit
  • Protecting the Pressure Transmitter
    Measuring steam pressure is a common application in the HVAC industry, but finding a transmitter that can handle the higher temperatures of steam can be a challenge. Steam, under typical HVAC and process pressures, may reach temperatures ranging from 212°F to 400°F, but most pressure transmitters
  • Guidelines for Mounting Pressure Transmitters and Switches When Process Temperature Exceeds Published Limits
    Guidelines for Mounting Pressure. Transmitters and Switches When Process. Temperature Exceeds Published Limits. Extend Pressure Measurement into High Temperature Applications. GUIDELINES FOR MOUNTING PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS AND SWITCHES. 2 GUIDELINES FOR MOUNTING PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS AND SWITCHES
  • High Speed Fiber Optic Infrared Transmitter (.pdf)
    is connected to an electronics package, the transmitter, to make the temperature measurement and convert it into a useable output signal. Let's examine each of. these components.
  • Application Note: Thermocouple Transmitters Monitor Temperatures in Paint Systems
    This document illustrates using Acromag's TT330 series to monitor high temperatures in an automotive paint curing oven and transmit to the existing PLC 4-20mA input card/software setup.
  • Six Steps to Prevent Temperature Measurement Errors When Using Thermocouple Sensors and Transmitters
    This white paper will give you a keen understanding of the three basic laws of thermocouples: Homogeneous materials, Intermediate Metals, and Successive or Intermediate Temperatures, can be very helpful in weeding out potential sources of error in our thermocouple measurement system.
  • IR Window Transmittance Temperature Dependence
    transmittance with our IR camera. But as the IR window clearly is not "gray" but a spectral transmitter, the transmittance measured for one target temperature at one window temperature can be different for other target and window temperatures. Does this pose a serious problem
  • Multi-sensor Field Transmitter olutions
    Many industrial automation and process control solutions require precision sensing of multiple process or control variables. Such variables include temperature, load, force, light intensity, motion, position and voltage. TI's newest family of embedded microcontrollers (MCUs), the MSP430i20xx series
  • Minimizing Measurement Error When Making Thermocouple to Transmitter Connections
    A keen understanding of the three basic laws of thermocouples: Homogeneous Materials, Intermediate Metals, and Successive or Intermediate. Temperatures, can be helpful in weeding out potential sources of error in thermocouple measurement systems.
  • Fieldbus Part 2
    applications. A few instruments can illustrate this point. The first is the Rosemount 848T temperature transmitter, which also allows for other input types besides RTD and thermocouple. Steam-in-place (SIP) is a common process in biopharmaceutical facilities for sterilizing process vessels and piping

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