Weed Instrument launches five temperature transmitters

Round Rock, TX—Weed Instrument has released five low-cost temperature transmitters, which it reports provide 0.08% accuracy.


Round Rock, TX— Weed Instrument has released five low-cost temperature transmitters, which it reports provide 0.08% accuracy. Two of the new transmitters feature narrow-profile (12.7 mm) DIN-rail mounting, allowing multiple transmitters to be stacked in a small space. Model 9100D is HART-compatible and Model 7600D is PC-programmable, providing 2-wire, 4-20 mA or 20-4 mA with optional HART signal superimposed.

Weed adds its product expansion also includes three head-mount temperature transmitters. Model 9100H is HART-compatible, while Models 7600H and 4500H are PC-programmable. All three models are available with optional digital display meters, which is for local indication of process temperature, 0-100% of scale, or 4-20 mA output.

In addition, these five new transmitters use WeedComm software, which allows custom configuration, permits entering of unique linearization in non-standard electrical inputs, and enhanced temperature measurement accuracy.

The five transmitters also are microprocessor-based, can be configured by a PC, as well as a HART communicators for the HART-compatible units, and take all universal temperature inputs, such as RTD, thermocouple, resistance, and millivolt. The transmitters can be supplied with FM, CSA or ATEX hazardous area certifications.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor

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