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Analog Data Transmitters

TURCK 6/11/2018
Analog Data Transmitters

Analog Data Transmitters are a selection of devices that allow the transmission of hazardous area analog signals to a non-hazardous area as a direct one-to-one, or with a slight variation that is sometimes desired for specific applications. The Analog Isolating Transmitters can transfer 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-10 V or 2-10 V signals from a hazardous area and repeat the signal in the non-hazardous area either as a current or a voltage signal; 2 current signals or a 2 channel one-to-one combination, depending on the module.

These devices offer a much requested and much desired mix of inputs and outputs that are sometimes difficult to achieve with conventional intrinsically safe interface devices.  Flexibility is a key feature of these devices, with the option to convert from voltage to current or from current to voltage where required.  The multi-channel device also provides a compact high-density solution for applications where space is an issue.

Part Number Key
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Analog Data Transmitters
 
Extension Examples:
 
IM31-12Ex-I
Interface Module
Analog Data Transmitter
Single Channel Input
2 Non-Hazardous Area Current Outputs
Intrinsically Safe Associated Apparatus
Non-Hazardous Area Current Output
 
IM31-11Ex-U
Interface Module
Analog Data Transmitter
Single Channel Input
1 Non-Hazardous Area Current Outputs
Intrinsically Safe Associated Apparatus
Non-Hazardous Area Voltage Output
 
IM31-22Ex-U
Interface Module
Analog Data Transmitter
2 Channel Input
2 Non-Hazardous Area Current Outputs
Intrinsically Safe Associated Apparatus
Non-Hazardous Area Current Output