High quality MTL831B ANALOGUE INPUT TRANSMITTER, discontinued MTL831B still have some pieces in stock here. Want order MTL831B?
The classic MTL830B range multiplexers with Modbus outputs avoid the need to isolate each instrument loop. Reduce the cost of installed wiring by up to 50`% by communicating the status of multiple hazardous-area sensors over dual-redundant data highways.
MTL831B multiplexer transmitters are normally sited in the hazardous area. They are connected to sensors in the field and communicate these inputs to the safe area via single-pair data highways. The data highways support communication between the safe and hazardous areas,and also provide power to the transmitters – no additional field power is required.
The MTL831B would typically be mounted close to the field instruments in an enclosure such as the ENC8 or ENC83 (see 'MTL800 Series Enclosures').
MTL831B ANALOGUE INPUT TRANSMITTER
Monitors inputs from up to 16 THC or millivolt sources (max ±60mV) or
up to 15 2-, 3- or 4-wire RTDs within a hazardous area.
• Intrinsically safe; Zone 0 location
• Communication and power pass over twin data highways
• Powered by the data highway
• Thermocouples and RTDs may be mixed on one transmitter
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