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The latest temperature amplifier for Pt probes.

The new TR temperature amplifier from ifm electronic is hard to beat. The TR is built to handle Pt100 or Pt1000 probes with automatic detection of the sensor configuration (2, 3 or 4-wire). Industry 4.0 readiness is guaranteed with the latest IO-Link technology built-in.

The TR has a measuring range from -100 to +600°C, freely scalable, enabling it to handle an enormous number of common temperature measurement and monitoring tasks in manufacturing and process industries. ifm electronic supplies a full range of temperature probes (TT, TM and TS series PT100 / PT1000 sensors) ) for all applications
The push-button setting is intuitive and the display versatile. Showing four digits in red or green as well as the yellow output LED, the display is easy to read and can be seen from all angles by rotating the head. In addition, the user can select when and how the colour changes to show a switching status change or to highlight a particular range of temperatures.

Outputs are available as single switch and analogue, or two switch points, depending on the version chosen. The TR recognises signal polarity automatically and switches PNP or NPN as required.

ifm electronic is committed to working closely with its customers and develops products which precisely match their needs. The company provides expert, readily accessible technical support to help users maximise the benefits they gain from ifm electronic products.

For further information, contact ifm NZ support:
ph. 0800 803444:
sales.nz@ifm.com

 

 

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