PC programmable transmitter

Buffalo, N.Y.— Model PTH-400 PC programmable transmitter features a state-of-the-art microprocessor-based design said to enable full configuration ability with user-friendly software. All input types and range parameters are configurable with technology that requires no power supply when using the PA-400 programming adapter and graphic user interface with Microsoft Windows through the PC...

11/01/1999


Buffalo, N.Y.— Model PTH-400 PC programmable transmitter features a state-of-the-art microprocessor-based design said to enable full configuration ability with user-friendly software. All input types and range parameters are configurable with technology that requires no power supply when using the PA-400 programming adapter and graphic user interface with Microsoft Windows through the PC's RS-232 serial port. Additional features of the PTH-400 are linearized 4-20 mA current loop output for sensor input; 2000 V I/O isolation; RFI/EMI protected, CE mark; and comes with an optional DIN rail adapter, if necessary. Conax Buffalo Technologies





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