Din Rail: DIN rail mounted temperature transmitters offer high measurement accuracy, stability, and reliability over a wide range of processes which allows selection and configuration of input type, measurement range, output type and calibration. Its output can be set to either loop-powered 4-20mA or HART communication depending upon the requirement of the user.
Field Mount: Field Mount temperature transmitter converts on-site thermal resistance or thermocouple signals into a DC signal linear with temperature, which is then used to display the temperature. Next, the data regarding temperature is converted into a 4-20mADC signal and transmitted to a corresponding receiving device. In this, it is covered in its own exterior housing which helps us to use it in the field where extra protection or high performance is needed.
Head Mount: The head mount transmitter, which is placed on the sensor's connecting head, receives the signal from the resistance temperature detector (RTD) or thermocouple (TC) and converts it to a 2-wire loop powered 4-20mADC equivalent signal.
The HART communication protocol is used generally and transmitter characteristics such as temperature range, kind of temperature sensor, and other parameters can be programmed remotely.