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Temperature transmitters

High-quality temperature transmitters from WIKA

Temperature transmitters convert the input signal from a wide range of sensors, such as resistance sensors and thermocouples, but in some cases also from potentiometers, into a standardised output signal (e.g. 0 ... 10 V or 4 ... 20 mA). With digital temperature transmitters, the sensor type and the measuring span can be freely configured, along with many further options such as the error signalisation or a measuring location identification.

FAQ
FAQ

What does 'SIL' mean?

SIL (Safety Integrity Level) refers to the standards IEC61508 / IEC61511 and describes instruments, which are used for safety-critical applications. In the event of an emergency, they must react safely and place the control circuit into a safe state. ...

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What is the difference between analogue and digital transmitters?

At WIKA, analogue transmitters have analogue electronics fitted but no processors.
Digital transmitters have processors. The output signal can, however, be a 4 ... 20 mA analogue signal for both types.