DIN rail mounting transducers available in 55mm x 112mm or 100 x 112mm DINÂ rail cases
Used to conver various inputs into standard DC signals for driving panel meters and for use in control devices.
|M100-TJ1||Type J thermocouple|
|M100-TK1||Type K thermocouple|
|The M100-TJ1 and TK1 measure the millivolt drop of J and KÂ type thermocouples respectively. Thermocouples are made from two dissimilar metals and as the temperature rises, the mV accross the thermocouple increases. The millivolts voltage developed corresponds to the change inÂ temperature, thermocouple manufacturers provide tables showing temperature versus voltage drop.
The M100 TJ1 / TK1 measures this voltage change and converts it to an output signal that corresponds to the temperature being monitored. The output from the M100-TJ1 / TK1 is not linearised.
Thermocouple temperature measurement is used in a variety of applications, including monitoring ofÂ temperature of furnaces etc. The M100 thermocouple transducer is provided with automatic cold junction temperature compensation over the range 0-50ÂºC. Also provided is thermocouple break protection should the thermocouple leads break, the output from the transducer will go to its maximum or minimum output value, depending on which option is chosen at the time of ordering.
|Type J Fe/Const||Min range 0-185ÂºC (min. span 10mV)|
|Max range 0-870ÂºC (max. spam 50mV)|
|Type K NiCr/NiAl||Min range 0-245ÂºC (min. span 10mV)|
|Max range 0-1230ÂºC (max span 50mV)|
|Thermocouple Break Prot||Upscale or downscale optional|
|Cold junction compensation||Automatic over the range 0-50ÂºC|
|Overload||10 x input continuous|
|Rated value mA||0-1/5/10/20 & 4-20mA|
|Load Resistance||12/2.4/1.2/0.6 kOhm|
|Rated value volts||0-5 / 10 & 1-5V|
|A.C. Voltage||115 / 230 / 400V (Â±25% / 45-65Hz / < 2VA)|
|D.C. Voltage||24 / 48/ 110V (Â±20% /|
|galvanically isolated / <3W)|
|Approx 0.4kg. case 55mm|
|1||Non standard inputs/outputs where technically viable|
|2||A.C. Auxiliary in range 57.7 to 450 volts|
|3||Calibration at temperature other than 23ÂºC|
|4||Up or down scale break protetion|
A.C. Current Connection Diagrams