|Input Selection||Typical Application||Product Selection|
|DC Voltage or Current
(V, mV, A, mA)
Includes optimum filtering, and conditioning to reduce susceptibility to transients and signal noise.
|Remote data acquisition, intrinsic Safety, current to pressure and isolation which provides equipment & personal protection.||T700 (loop isolator)
T703 (wide ranging)
(Types B, C, E, J, K, N, R,S, T)
Includes encapsulated cold-junction compensation (CJC) and sensor burnout detection
|Remote temperature data acquisition, intrinsic safety and isolation which provdes equipment and personal protection.||T723 (wide ranging)
(Type PT, NI110, CU10)
Includes DC excitation supply for 3-wire RTD resistance sensors and sensor burnout detection T797/8.
|Remote temperature data acquisition, BTU transfer rate, intrinsic safety and isolation which provides equipment and personal protection.||T713 (wide ranging)
(50 ohm to 200K ohms)
Includes excitation supply for 3-wire potentiometer or slidewires, to minimize circuitry at the sensor.
|Remote tank level data acquisition, setpoint transmission, resistance position sensor conditioning and isolation which provides equipment and personal protection.||T752 (wide ranging)|
(0-50Hz to 0-10KHz)
Includes 50% or greater span “turndown” adjustability. accepts input amplitudes from 100mVpp to 20Vrms.
|Motor/pump speed, remote flow data acquisition, intrinsic safety and isolation which provides equipment and personal protection.||T773 (wide ranging)|
Transmitters are used to amplify and condition the very small electrical signals which are generated by sensors as they measure the physical variables of a process. Once conditioned to usable levels, these signals are used to drive other instrumentation such as industrial computers, dataloggers, chart recorders, alarms, panel meters and controllers.
The TransPak Series
TransPak series two-wire transmitters are compact , rugged units that receive signals and direct sensor inputs, and operate from power derived from the output signal loop. The TransPak series provides a complete line of direct interface and conditioning modules for use with temperature, pressure, flow, strain and other process parameters. TransPak transmitters also accept a wide range of other electrical DC and AC voltage and current inputs.
Two-wire transmitters offer several major advantages over conventional four-wire types, which require two wires for the output signal and two more for the power supply, typically 120VAC. In applications where the process sensor may be located up to several thousand feet from the instrument being operated, two-wire transmitters are more advantageous because their current output signals do not attenuate or degrade over distance as do the voltage signals of typical four-wire conditioners. Additionally there can be significant savings in wiring cost since only two wires are needed for the power and signal when compared to the four-wire type.
Because two-wire transmitters are powered by low-level 4-20mA or 10-50mA output current signals, no additional power has to be supplied to the remote transmitting location. This eliminates an associated problem of having to provide and maintain long runs of expensive wiring, and adds the benefit of being able to comply with safety requirements restricting the use of high-voltage (120VAC) in hazardous locations.
Due to their low energy consumption and storage, two-wire transmitters are the only types of transmitters considered for intrinsically safe applications. Many of Action’s TransPaks are Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and CENELEC approved for intrinsically safe operation in hazardous – even explosive – environments when installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s drawings.
Eight types of inputs are available to suit your process needs.
DC Voltage or Current
AC Voltage or Current
Three Year Warranty
Each TransPak two-wire transmitter is backed by Action Instrument’s exclusive three-year warranty.