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No input card needed for new TURCK sensors

10-05-2011
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TURCK Australia has introduced a new line of temperature transmitters — the TTM series — featuring an analog output that eliminates the need for specialized RTD PLC input cards.

This saves the user the added expense associated with these cards.

The transmitters’ stainless steel connections make them particularly suitable in the food and beverage arena.

The TTM series provide a 4-20 mA output using an integrated PT100 resistance temperature detector.

TTM series sensors are plug-and-play, and come pre-scaled at 0 to 100°C, 0 to 150°C, -50 to 50°C, or -50 to 150°C.

TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132 566
www.turck.com.au

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