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Isolated DIN Rail Mount Loop-Powered 2-Wire Signal Conditioners

Item# DRLP-C1

Isolated DIN Rail Mount Loop-Powered 2-Wire Signal Conditioners Isolated DIN Rail Mount Loop-Powered 2-Wire Signal Conditioners
The new DRLP Series of loop powered 2-wire transmitters consists of seven family groups with a total of 48 transmitter models that interface to a wide variety of voltage, current, temperature and position measuring devices. The DRLP Series provides superior specifications such as ±0.03% accuracy, five poles of filtering, 1500 Vrms continuous isolation, low output noise, and much more. The DRLP Series 2-wire transmitter conditions and sends analog signals from sensors located in the “field” to monitoring and control equipment, usually computers, located thousands of feet away in central control areas. The DRLP Series accepts a wide range of inputs, including millivolt, volt, milliamp, thermocouple, RTD, potentiometer, and slide wire. It operates on power from a 2-wire signal loop and modulates the supply current to represent the input signal within a 4 to 20-milliamp range. Two-wire transmission loops are very economical methods for connecting sensors to distant control rooms. Since the DRLP Series operates from the signal loop current, no additional, expensive power and wiring are required. Only low cost, twisted pair wiring is needed.

DRLP Loop Drive Capability
The DRLP Series transmitter’s wide range of loop supply voltage (10.8V to 60V) makes it a versatile device which can be used in most any current loop. The maximum loop resistance is determined by subtracting the transmitter’s minimum loop supply voltage from the total loop supply voltage and dividing the result by the maximum loop current (see graph). The low loop supply voltage of 10.8V allows the DRLP to be used in applications with low output power supplies and the high Loop Supply Voltage of 60V allows use in applications with long distance current loops.
DRLP-C1
  • ±0.03% Accuracy (Typical)
  • ±0.01% Linearity
  • 1500Vrms Transformer Isolation and 240Vrms Field-Side Protection
  • ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 Transient Protection
  • Wide Loop Supply Voltage, 10.8V to 60V
  • 5-Pole Low-Pass Filtering
  • Up to 160 dB CMR
  • 85dB NMR at 60Hz, 80dB at 50Hz
  • Protected Against Reverse Connection of Loop Voltage
  • -40 to 80°C (-40 to 176°F) Operating Temperature
  • Mounts on DIN Rail EN 50022, 35 x 7.5 or 35 x 15
  • CE Compliant
  • Manufactured per RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
Input Ranges
Input Type
Number of Inputs
Output Type
Quantity Price each
1-4 $265.00
5-9 $251.75
10-24 $246.45
25-49 $235.85
50-99 $230.55
100+ $225.25

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 6 weeks

Product Specs

  • Accuracy Value 0 to 95% non-condensing
  • Form Factor DIN EN 50022 35 x 7.5 mm or 35 x 15 mm rail
  • Maximum Ambient Humidity 95% RH non-condensing
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Minimum Ambient Temperature -40 {C} (-40 {F})
  • Maximum Storage Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Minimum Ambient Humidity 15% RH
  • Minimum Storage Temperature -40 {C} (-40 {F})
  • Supply Frequency 29 mA
  • Form Factor DIN EN 50022 35 x 7.5 mm or 35 x 15 mm rail
  • Accuracy Value 0 to 95% non-condensing
  • Maximum Storage Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Maximum Ambient Humidity 95% RH non-condensing
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Minimum Ambient Humidity 15% RH
  • Minimum Ambient Temperature -40 {C} (-40 {F})
  • Minimum Storage Temperature -40 {C} (-40 {F})
  • Supply Frequency 29 mA

The new DRLP Series of loop powered 2-wire transmitters consists of seven family groups with a total of 48 transmitter models that interface to a wide variety of voltage, current, temperature and position measuring devices. The DRLP Series provides superior specifications such as ±0.03% accuracy, five poles of filtering, 1500 Vrms continuous isolation, low output noise, and much more. The DRLP Series 2-wire transmitter conditions and sends analog signals from sensors located in the “field” to monitoring and control equipment, usually computers, located thousands of feet away in central control areas. The DRLP Series accepts a wide range of inputs, including millivolt, volt, milliamp, thermocouple, RTD, potentiometer, and slide wire. It operates on power from a 2-wire signal loop and modulates the supply current to represent the input signal within a 4 to 20-milliamp range. Two-wire transmission loops are very economical methods for connecting sensors to distant control rooms. Since the DRLP Series operates from the signal loop current, no additional, expensive power and wiring are required. Only low cost, twisted pair wiring is needed.

DRLP Loop Drive Capability
The DRLP Series transmitter’s wide range of loop supply voltage (10.8V to 60V) makes it a versatile device which can be used in most any current loop. The maximum loop resistance is determined by subtracting the transmitter’s minimum loop supply voltage from the total loop supply voltage and dividing the result by the maximum loop current (see graph). The low loop supply voltage of 10.8V allows the DRLP to be used in applications with low output power supplies and the high Loop Supply Voltage of 60V allows use in applications with long distance current loops.

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