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Head Mount Transmitter

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.

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.

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.

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

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 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.

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 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.

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