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The DIN Rail Signal Transmitter DAT4535 is a Universal isolated signal Transmitter which is PC and DIP-Switch programmable. The input can be thermocouple, RTD, mA, V, mV, resistance and potentiometer and the output is a 4-20mA. The DAT4535 is loop powered and the power supply can be as low as 7 Vdc. The power supply range is 7 to 32 Vdc.
The DAT4535 is accurate to 0.1% full scale for Thermocouple, RTD's and Potentiometers and 0.05% for mV, Voltage and mA.
The DIP Switches are accessible from a window on the side of the DAT4535. The type of sensor, the zero, range and output range can be configured by the DIP Switches. Other options include internal and external cold junction compensation for Thermocouples and wire compensation for RTD's.
|Input:||K Type Thermocouple, J Type Thermocouple, R Type Thermocouple, S Type Thermocouple, T Type Thermocouple, mA, Potentiometer, Resistance, mV, See Data sheet for range.|
|Output:||4-20mA 2 Wire..|
|Power Supply:||7 to 30 Vdc. Reverse polarity protection 60 Vdc.|
|Current Consumption:||Current output 3.5 mA max.|
|Temperature rating:||Operative- 4°F +158°F - 20°C +70°C|
|Temperature Storage Temperature - 40°F +185°F - 40°C +85°C.|
|Humidity:||(non condensing) 0-90%.|
|Dimensions:||3 1/2" x 4 1/2 " x 1/2", 90 x 112x x 12.5 mm.|
|Weight:||3 oz 90 g.|
|EMC.||For industrial environments.|
|Immunity: EN 61000-6-2.|
|Emission: EN 61000-6-4.|
|Configuration:||PC Configurable and DIP Switch Configurable|
|Thermocouple||Terminals + L and - I|
|mV||Terminals + L and - I|
|RTD 2 wire||Terminals G and I|
|Resistance 2 wires||Terminals G and I|
|RTD 3 wire||Terminals I and G Compensation H|
|Resistance 3 wires||Terminals I and G Compensation H|
|RTD 4 wire||Terminals L and H Compensation I and G|
|Resistance 4 wires||Terminals L and H Compensation I and G|
|Potentiometer||Terminal I and G wiper H|
|Volts||Positive E Negative I|
|mA||Positive F Negative I|
|Output and Power supply||Positive +V P Negative -V O|