New temperature transmitter by Endress+Hauser offers wireless communicationFebruary 17, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Endress+Hauser Canada Ltd. expands its unparalleled instrumentation family with the new TMT142B HART®7 smart temperature transmitter. This device is the first of its class in the world to incorporate Bluetooth wireless communications, making it user-friendly for operation, parameterizing, and maintenance. This is a boon for users who frequently manage sensor/transmitter assemblies in locations that are difficult to see or reach. And the Bluetooth technology enables wireless commissioning, operation, and service from as far away as 20 metres with the exclusive SmartBlue app, which can be installed on any Smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Substantial improvements in process efficiency
With quick, easy wireless access, businesses can yield substantial improvements in process efficiency and facility availability – and reduce expenses at the same time. Users can configure the TMT142B wirelessly without installing its device drivers in advanced, as they are incorporated into the transmitter. Endress+Hauser’s Bluetooth security concept meets the highest standards; in this case, access to the instrument requires a password.
With one channel and packaged in a robust, single-chamber field housing, this temperature transmitter gives users highly accurate and reliable measurement. The Endress+Hauser team has developed a back-lit display that offers high readability in all environmental circumstances, from bright sunlight to darkness. Safety is another key advantage, as the instrument has integrated over-voltage protection that enables constantly accurate results, even after common upset events, and damage protection. The device complies with high international standards for safe operation in hazardous areas, including ATEX, CSA Group, and IECEx.
The TMT142B temperature transmitter guarantees a high level of measuring point availability through integrated sensor monitoring functions and device diagnostics. The user can access diagnostic data according to NAMUR NE 107, and Condensed Status Diagnostic messages are indicated through various back-lit colours from red to white. The device can transmit converted signals from resistance sensors, thermocouples, resistances, and voltage transmitters through the 4-20 mA or HART®7 protocols. The whole assembly’s precision is further improved by the transmitter-sensor matching capability, using the Callendar-Van Dusen coefficients.
Always on the cutting edge of test and measurement instrumentation, Endress+Hauser meets customer needs every time.
To learn more, contact Endress+Hauser.