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Sensor Transmitters

Standardized measurement packages consisting of a transducer, its power supply, and a signal conditioner / retransmitter that converts the transducer signal into a standardized output.

Sensor Transmitters

Flow Transmitters (233 Variants)

Flow transmitters provide electrical outputs that are proportional to flow inputs. They use flow meters to measure the flow of liquids and gases.



Level Transmitters (303 Variants)

Level transmitters or level transducers are used to measure the level of a liquid or bulk solid material (as well as slurries) within a specified space. For each measurement, they provide an electrical output that is proportional to the input level.



Pressure Transmitters (634 Variants)

Pressure transmitters translate the low level output of a sensor or transducer to a higher level signal suitable for transmission to a site where it can be further processed. These devices include pressure sensors, transducers, elements, and instruments.



RTD Temperature Transmitters (391 Variants)

Resistance temperature detector (RTD) temperature transmitters convert RTD resistance measurements to current signals, eliminating the problems inherent in RTD signal transmission via lead resistance.



Sensor Transmitters (479 Variants)

Sensor transmitters are measurement or signal conditioning packages that provide a standard, calibrated output from a sensor or transducer in the form of a current loop output (e.g., 4-20 mA).



Thermocouple Temperature Transmitters (326 Variants)

Thermocouple temperature transmitters convert the small millivolt output of a thermocouple to a current signal (typically 4-20 mADC) that is immune to noise and voltage drops over a long distance.



Additional Sensor Transmitters (394 Variants)

Standardized measurement packages consisting of a transducer, its power supply, and a signal conditioner / retransmitter that converts the transducer signal into a standardized output.

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