Dataforth Corporation Datasheets for Thermocouple Temperature Transmitters
Thermocouple temperature transmitters convert the small millivolt output of a thermocouple to a current signal (typically 4-20 mADC) that is immune to noise and voltage drops over a long distance.
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|Each DSCP20 2-wire transmitter is designed for measuring temperature using thermocouples or RTDs. The input type, measurement range, and other features are software configurable. A PC, the DSCX-887 and DSCX-416...|
|Each DSCP62 Thermocouple Converter provides a single channel of thermocouple input which is amplified, linearized and converted to a high-level current or voltage output. Thermocouple type, measurement range, filter, output...|
|Each DSCT37 non-linearized thermocouple input transmitter provides a single channel of thermocouple input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, and converted to a process current output. Signal filtering is accomplished with...|