Define Instruments Datasheets for Loop Powered Devices

Loop powered devices are electronic devices that can be connected in a transmitter loop, normally a current loop, without the need to have a separate or independent power source. Typical loop powered devices include sensors, transducers, transmitters, isolators, monitors, PLCs, and many field instruments.


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Product Name Notes
4-20mA Isolator, 2 Channels -- SLIM-2I
4-20mA Isolator, 3 Channels -- SLIM-3I
4-20mA Isolator, 4 Channels -- SLIM-4I
4-20mA Isolator, 5 Channels -- SLIM-5I
What it does: This loop powered isolator receives 4–20mA process current inputs, and provides 4–20mA loop powered output signals. It is ideal for measuring signals commonly produced by position, acceleration,...
6-digit LCD Display, 4–20mA What it does: Accepts 4-20mA signal to display. Powered by the loop. The LPI610 4-20mA display is ideal for displaying a variety of process variables, and is easy to scale...
AC Current Sensor, 4-20mA Output -- ACCS-420 What it does: Clips around a cable to measure HIGH AC current. Outputs a 4-20mA signal. The ACCS-420 is a loop powered AC current sensor that converts and isolates a...
4-20mA Loop Powered Display What it does: Displays 4-20mA input signal. Loop powered. From the engineers that brought you the world’s first 4-20mA loop powered display comes the SD-50X indicator – designed to be...
4-20mA Isolator, 1 Channel -- SLIM-1I What it does: This loop powered isolator accepts a 4–20mA process current inputs and provides a 4–20mA loop powered output signal. It is ideal for measuring signals commonly produced by...