Pyromation, Inc. Datasheets for Temperature Signal Conditioners

Temperature signal conditioners accept outputs from temperature measurement devices such as resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), thermocouples, and thermistors. They then filter, amplify, and/or convert these outputs to digital signals, or to levels suitable for digitization.
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Product Name Notes
Programmable Temperature Transmitter -- Series 440 The Series 440 programmable RTD temperature transmitter is a two-wire transmitter with an analog output. It has measurement input for Pt100 resistance thermometers (RTDs) in 2 or 3 wire connections.
Programmable Temperature Transmitter -- Series 441 The Series 441 programmable RTD/thermocouple temperature transmitter is a two-wire transmitter with an analog output. It has measurement input for resistance thermometers (RTDs) in 2, 3 or 4 wire connections,...
Programmable Temperature Transmitter -- Series 442 The Series 442 programmable HART® temperature transmitter is a two-wire transmitter with an analog output. It has measurement input for resistance thermometers (RTDs) in 2, 3, or 4-wire connections, thermocouples,...
Programmable Temperature Transmitter -- Series 450 The Series 450 Programmable Integral Temperature Transmitter is ideal for monitoring temperature in highly moist or corrosive environments and in small areas such as pipes and tanks. The unit consists...
Programmable Temperature Transmitter -- Series 642 The Series 642 programmable HART® field temperature transmitter is a two-wire transmitter with analog output. It has measurement input for resistance thermometers (RTDs) in 2, 3, or 4-wire connections, thermocouples,...