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Iskra MI 450 Measuring Transducer

ISKRA MI 450 Measuring Transducer 
  • Conversion of nonlinear resistance sensors into appropriate DC current or DC voltage
  • The analogue output signal is proportional to the measured value
  • Programmable input and output & Low power consumption

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ISKRA MI 450 Measuring Transducer

The MI 450 measuring transducer is designed for use in industrial processes for conversion of nonlinear resistance sensors (RTD – sensors) into appropriate DC current or DC voltage signals. The analogue output signal is proportional to the measured value and it is appropriate for regulation of analogue and digital devices with reasonable dependence on environmental conditions, where they are planed to be used.

Features:

• Measuring of resistance of RTD sensors (Pt100, Pt1000, Ni100, ..)
• Programmable input and output
• Low power consumption
• Universal AC/DC or AC Auxiliary power supply
• Accuracy class: 0.5
• Serial communication RS232 or RS485 (very high speed data transfer: up to 115,200 bit/s, MODBUS protocol)
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
• Correspond to EN 60770-1: 1999

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