Temperature Transmitters

A Temperature Transmitter is an electronic device used to convert and transmit temperature measurements from a temperature sensor to a control system or other devices. They typically consist of a temperature sensor, such as a thermocouple or RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector), an amplifier or signal conditioner that converts the sensor output into a proportional electrical signal, and a transmitter that sends the signal to a control system or other devices. Temperature transmitters can be configured for different temperature ranges, accuracies, and output signals, such as 4-20 mA or digital communication protocols like HART or FOUNDATION Fieldbus. Temperature transmitters can also include other features such as sensor diagnostics, calibration, and communication with other devices or systems. They are commonly used in industries such as process control, manufacturing, and energy management, where accurate and reliable temperature measurement and control are critical for ensuring product quality, process efficiency, and safety.

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