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Head Mount Transmitter

RTD Head Mount Temperature Transmitter w/ User Trim

The TX12 head mount transmitter is a 2 wire 4-20mA transmitter for RTD inputs. User trim allows error null and has pushbutton configuration. LED sensor fail indicator.

Miniature Head Mount Temperature Transmitters

The TX93-94-95 series are low profile 19mm design head mountable transmitters with thermocouple, RTD, or voltage input and 4-20mA out. Some models come with TC or RTD probe.

Head Mount Temperature Transmitters with RFID Communications

The TX400 series is a head mount transmitter that accepts RTD and thermocouple inputs depending on model and provides 4-20mA output. RFID requires TX400-RFID Programmer.

Head Mount Temperature Transmitters | FM Approved

The TX91-92 series transmitters are head mount with model specific input for TC & RTD ranges. Metal case, RFI shield 2-wire transmitter with 4-20mA output. Non-isolated

Head Mount Thermocouple Transmitter w/ Process Output

The TX31 is a 2 wire head mount process transmitter that converts thermocouples to process signals. Model specific TC type, loop powered. DIP switch range setting.

Programmable Head Mount Temperature Transmitter for Thermocouples

The TX86 is a universal input for RTD, TC, Ω, POT and mV with 4-20mA output. Field scalable via front panel programmable push buttons. LED display and SSR output.

Head Mount R and S type TC Transmitter w/ 4-20mA Output

The TX253 is a 2 wire 4-20mA transmitter with Type R or S type thermocouple inputs. Adjustable span, fits in NB1 protection head. DIP switch multi-range. Non-isolated.

Loop Powered Thermistor Head Mount Transmitter w/ 4-20mA Output

The TX206TH is a 2 wire 4-20mA transmitter with thermistor input. Supports many thermistor types, loop powered, PC configurable range (w/ programmer). Free software.

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