SIEMENS SITRANS TH100 Process Instrumentation Temperature Measurement Brand New & very competitive price and One year Warranty
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SIEMENS SITRANS TH100 Process Instrumentation Temperature Measurement
SITRANS TH100 provides a low-cost alternative for Pt100 measurements and offers economic plant operation and reliable measurements.
Setup is quick and easy with the transmitter modem and SIPROM T. This configuration tool can be downloaded for free.
The SITRANS TH100, which represents an economical alternative by dispensing with electrical isolation and universal
sensor connection, is ideally suited for Pt100 measurements.
For the parameterization, the SIPROM T software is used in combination with the modem for SITRANS TH100/TH200.
Its compact design makes the SITRANS TH100 suitable for retrofitting measuring points or replacing analog transmitters.
The transmitter is available in a non-Ex version and in a version suitable for use in hazardous areas.
Transmitters in two-wire technology
Mounting in connection head, type B (DIN 43729) or larger or on DIN rail
Programmable; as a result, the sensor connection, measuring range and much more is programmable.
Intrinsically safe version for use in hazardous areas
The SITRANS TH100 transmitter can be used for temperature measurement with resistance thermometers in all industries.
Its compact size means that it can be installed in connection heads of type B (DIN 43729) or larger.
The output signal is a load-independent direct current of 4 to 20 mA which is proportional to the temperature.
Parameterization is implemented over the PC using the parameterization software SIPROM T and the modem for SITRANS TH100/TH200.
If you already have a "Modem for SITRANS TK" (article number 7NG3190-6KB), you can continue to use this for parameterization of the SITRANS TH100.
Transmitters of the "intrinsically safe" type of protection can be installed within potentially explosive atmospheres.
The devices meet the directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX) as well as the FM and CSA requirements.
Mode of operation
The measured signal supplied by a Pt100 resistance thermometer (2-, 3- or 4-wire system) is amplified in the input stage.
The voltage, which is proportional to the input variable, is then converted into digital signals by a multiplexer in an analog-to-digital converter.
They are converted in the microcontroller in accordance with the sensor characteristic and
further parameters (measuring range, damping, ambient temperature, etc.).
The signal prepared in this way is converted in an analog-to-digital converter into a load-independent direct current of 4 to 20 mA.
An EMC filter protects the input and output circuits against electromagnetic interferences.
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