HubBus FOUR CHANNEL ANALOGUE TRANSMITTER HBTX4A
The four-channel analogue transmitter is part of a family of DIN rail mounting modules that transmit to and receive from an Austdac HubBus field bus network. The HBTX4A can be configured to accept either 4-20mA, 0.4-2.0V, 0-20mA or 0-2.0V analogue signals in various combinations on the four independent inputs.
The four analogue inputs are galvanically isolated from the HubBus network port. This isolation allows the HBTX4A to provide highly effective protection of the HubBus network in the event of a wiring fault input sensor failure.
Any of the HBTX4A parameters can be conveniently configured using the battery powered handheld HubBus Universal Programmer and Tester Type HHP1-H. Along with each analogue input programmed to any HubBus channel address, each analogue input can also have its under range, hysteresis and digital trip channels configured by the user.