Temperature measuring transducer - MACX MCR-EX-T-UIREL-UP-C - 2865722

Programmable temperature transducer with analog output and 3 limit value relays, intrinsically safe signal input, resistance thermometer in 2-, 3-, or 4-wire technology, thermocouples, galvanic isolation, wide-range power supply, screw connection, SIL

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  • Programming during operation with Ex measuring circuit connected and also voltage-free using IFS-USB-PROG-ADAPTER programming adapter
  • Cold junction compensation with separate plug
  • Input for resistance thermometers, thermocouples, resistance-type sensors, potentiometers, and mV sources, [Ex ia] IIC
  • Configuration via software (FDT/DTM) or IFS-OP-UNIT operator interface and display unit
  • Up to SIL 2 according to EN 61508
  • Installation in zone 2, protection type "n" (EN 60079-15) permitted
  • Measure differential temperatures
  • Wide-range power supply of 19.2 ... 253 V AC/DC
  • Status indicator for supply voltage, cable, sensor, and module errors
  • Freely programmable input and output
  • Inverse output signal ranges as an option
  • Three limit value relays, can be used in combination as a safe limit value relay
  • Plug-in screw or spring-cage connection technology (Push-in technology)
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Orderkey 2865722
Packing unit 1 pc
Note Made to Order (non-returnable)
Catalog page Page 170 (C-7-2013)
Weight per Piece (excluding packing) 281.500 g
Custom tariff number 85437090

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