HubBus TWO CHANNEL TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER HBTX2T
The dual channel temperature transmitter is part of a family of DIN rail mounting modules that transmit to and receive from an Austdac HubBus field bus network. The HBTX2T can transmit two separate temperature values on independent HubBus channels.
The two temperature inputs are designed to work with standard two, three or four wire PT100 temperature sensors. Each of the temperature transmitters inputs can be configured to operate on one of two temperature ranges, -10˚C to +100˚C or -20˚C to +200˚C. This makes the HBTX2T particularly suited to monitoring bearing or similar plant temperatures via the HubBus network without any requirements for additional power.
To protect the HubBus system form faulty sensors or wiring faults the two temperature sensors are galvanically isolated from the HubBus network.
Any of the HBTX2T parameters can be conveniently configured using the battery powered handheld HubBus universal programmer and tester type HHP1-H. The two temperature inputs may be programmed to any HubBus channel address. The temperature inputs may also have their over range, hysteresis and digital set point alarm channels configured by the user.