Transmitter and switch line for industrial process monitoring applications

United Electric Controls' One Series of explosion-proof, programmable transmitters are designed for industrial process monitoring applications such as conventional mechanical switches and transmitters for controlling operations such pumps and compressors.

06/09/2016


United Electric Controls' One Series of explosion-proof, programmable transmitters are designed for industrial process monitoring applications such as conventional mechanical switches and transmitters for controlling operations such pumps and compressors.United Electric Controls' One Series of explosion-proof, programmable transmitters are designed for industrial process monitoring applications such as conventional mechanical switches and transmitters for controlling operations such pumps and compressors. There are five models designed for different applications.

Model 1XTXSW provides a loop-powered 24 Vdc Hart enabled smart-transmitter, with two programmable set point fail-safe solid state relays rated at 0-280 Vac/Vdc at 0.3 A and is designed for integrated switching applications.

Model 1XSWHL provides a 2-wire input powered switch for 110 and 230 Vac and 125 Vdc logic solver inputs, with a programmable set point switch rated at 70 to 240 Vac/Vdc at 0.1 A max and is designed for high voltage, low current switching applications.

Model 1XSWLL provides a 2-wire input powered switch for 24 and 48 Vdc logic solver inputs, with a programmable set point switch rated at 7.8 to 50 Vdc at 0.1 A max and is designed for low voltage, low current, intrinsically safe switching applications.

Model 1XSWHH provides a 4-wire externally powered programmable set point switch rated at 70 to 240 Vac at 0.15 to 10 A and is designed for high voltage, high current switching applications.

Model 1XTX00 provides a loop-powered 24 Vdc Hart enabled smart transmitter compliant to the NAMUR NE 43 standard and is designed as a transmitter. 

All One Series models have diagnostic, programmability and trip management capabilities. Configurable self-diagnostics are designed to ensure the instrument is functioning properly by communicating with the control system using a dedicated discrete fail-safe-open output. The integral digital process display shows what is happening in the process at a glance. Powerful plugged port diagnostics flag potentially dangerous sensor clogs and memorizes the highest and lowest process variables for process troubleshooting and learning.

United Electric Controls

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