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The SEM1605P is a rail mounted temperature transmitter from Status Instruments. It has been designed to accept most common RTD temperature sensor inputs and provide the user with a standard two wire (4 to 20) mA output signal. All temperature ranges are linear to temperature.

The SEM1605TC is a rail mount thermocouple temperature transmitter from Status Instruments. It has been designed to accept most common thermocouple sensor inputs and provide the user with a standard two wire (4 to 20) mA output signal. Galvanic isolation is provided between input and output and all temperature ranges are linear to temperature.

The SEM1615 is a universal transmitter that accepts RTD, Thermocouple, Potentiometer or millivolt input
signals and converts them to the industry standard (4 to 20) mA transmission signal. It is programmed using a standard USB lead and our free configuration software“USBSpeedlink” downloaded from our web site.

The The SEM315 MKII is a din-rail mount HART temperature transmitter (generic device) that is compatible with HART 5,6,or 7. It accepts RTD, Thermocouple, Potentiometer or millivolt input signals and converts them to the industry standard (4 to 20) mA transmission signal. Alternatively, HART multidrop mode can be selected. The input has two channels allowing two sensors to be monitored at the same time. Maths functions between the input sensors are available and the output is a function of the math function on the input.  The SEM315 MKII is programmed using a standard USB lead and our free configuration “USBSpeedlink” software downloaded from our web site.
Standard features (HART generic device) can also be programmed using HART communication.

The SEM1801/2XR atex temperature transmitter is designed for use with RTD or Potentiometer sensors and converts the sensor signal into an industry standard (4 to 20) mA loop powered output. PC configuration (in the safe area) allows the user to select sensor type, range, filter, tag, units and error signal without requiring calibration equipment. Additionally, the
user may read live process data when connected to the PC: this allows for sensor offset, and output alignment
calibration, where the user can enter values to match the actual process, therefore reducing system errors.
If required, the desired range can be specified at the time of order, removing the need for user configuration. If the
range is not specified then the transmitter will be shipped with the default range of Pt100 (0 to 100) °C, burnout high
and filter off.

The The SEM1801 / 2 XTC ATEX rail temperature transmitter accepts thermocouple temperature sensors and converts
the sensor output over a configured range to a standard industrial (4 to 20) mA transmission signal. Two versions
are available: single or dual channel ATEX / IECEx approved for hazardous areas. PC configuration allows the user to select TC type, range, filter, units, linearisation and burnout direction, without requiring calibration equipment. Additionally, the user may read live process data when connected to the PC (in the safe area), this allows for sensor offset, and output
alignment calibration, where the user can enter values to match the actual process, therefore reducing system
errors.
If required, the desired range can be specified at the time of order, removing the need for user configuration.
If the range is not specified, then the transmitter will be shipped with the default range of (0 to 1000) °C type K
burnout high and filter off.

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