Rugged transmitter designed for industrial useJune 12, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
Post your own REDWIRE news Subscribe
Free REDWIRE e-newsletter
The IEM 422 line-powered current transmitter, from Measurement Specialties, is designed for industrial process control applications. The unit consists of a power supply and LVDT conditioner module pre-set to supply a 4-20 mA output from a 115- or 230-volt AC supply.
Here are the details:
How it works
The transmitter supplies an AC sine wave excitation to the LVDT and then demodulates and amplifies the LVDT output. A full-wave synchronous demodulator minimizes quadrature output and maximizes noise rejection.
Designed for industrial use
The IEM 422 is housed in a rugged NEMA 13 enclosure to protect it from dirt, dust, water and other contaminants commonly found in industrial environments. Power input and signal output connections are made easy by using the conduit ports to make the appropriate connections. LVDT hookup is completed by mating to the sealed bayonet-type connector.
There are many applications for this line-powered current transmitter, including steam turbine throttle valve position, petrochemical process control and roller gap process control.
Available in Canada
The IEM 422 line-powered current transmitter is available from Durham Instruments. The Pickering, Ont.-based company has a reputation for supplying quality measuring instruments from leading manufacturers. By only partnering with best-in-class manufacturers, Durham Instruments ensures each product is the most reliable, accurate and durable in the market.
For more information on the IEM 422 line-powered current transmitter from Measurement Specialties, contact Durham Instruments.