Cut inventory: Use a Universal Transmitter

Omniflex has come up with the Omniterm TXB Universal four-wire transmitter, designed for the widest range of signal conditioning applications in a single off-the-shelf product

Calling on 30 Years of transmitter design, Omniflex has come up with a winner.
The Omniterm TXB Universal four-wire transmitter is designed for the widest range of signal conditioning applications in a single off-the-shelf product, using advanced state-of-the-art digital measurement techniques, combined with extremely user friendly software and configurability.
The input accommodates most thermocouple and resistance bulb types, as well as voltages and currents from 1mV minimum to 10Vdc maximum input span.
An extended range up to 60Vdc input is also available.
The output can be configured for unipolar or bipolar outputs of current or voltage from 1mA to +20mA or 1V to 10V.
Full isolation (input/output/power supply) to 1500Vac ensures trouble-free accurate measurement under the harshest plant conditions.
This product provides extremely low life-cycle costs by reducing spares stock-holding requirements, and reducing specialist technical expertise required for field support and calibration, module replacement and field configuration.
This new holistic approach to instrumentation asset management ensures reliable performance and minimal down-time.
The TXB offers 0.01% resolution with increased dynamic range, tailored for noisy plant environments.
The powerful but intuitive configuration software ensures the maximum instrument flexibility with reliable configuration management to ensure all instruments on the plant are always correctly configured to the design requirements specification.
This product has been designed with high reliability applications in mind.
The output stage has built in overload indication to detect overloaded output circuits - whether from a wire break or just excess resistance in the line.
Omniterm TxB has been designed to meet the criteria of IEC61508 for SIL1 applications allowing for integration into safety systems.

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