New: Multi-channel Weight Transmitters
Zemic is proud to introduce new multi-channel Weight Transmitters:
- • Top-Sensors T1 - 4 channel
- • Top-Sensors T2 - 8 channel
Recently Zemic has introduced these products successfully on the Sensor + Test Exhibition. They were enthusiastically received; there was a lot of interest in these new products. The main advantage are the individual setpoints per channel.
Weight transmitters are used in production areas which can be found mainly in the process industry. These weight devices with indication display are connected with PLC's, other transmitters or indicators. The Top-Sensors weight transmitters offered by Zemic Europe are suitable to connect directly 1, 4 or even 8 loadcells directly to the device. A weight transmitter provides excitation voltage which is needed for a loadcell or load cells (the input). Weight transmitters convert the weight signal (in general 2 or 3 mV/V at full scale) into a 4-20mA output, 0-10V output, 0-5V output or communicate by fieldbusses like Profinet, Profibus, CanOpen, Devicenet, Ethernet etc.
- • Weight transmitter and indicator for Omega/Din rail mounting, suitable for back panel.
- • 4 independent channels
- • Individual setpoint per channel
- • Space-saving vertical shape
- • Six-digit semi alphanumeric display
- • 7 segment LED, 8mm height
- • Dimensions 25 * 115 * 120 mm.
For more information; datasheet and installation- and user manual: T1-4 Channel Product Information
- • Weight transmitter and indicator for Omega/Din rail mounting, suitable for back panel or junction box.
- • Backlit graphic LCD display, transmissive STN, white on blue.
- • 8 independent channels with individual setpoints per loadcell
- • Five key keyboard
- • TEST key for direct access to the diagnostic functions.
- • On board terminals for 1 to 8, 6 wire load cells, in parallel.
For more information; datasheet and installation- and user manual: T2-8 Channel Product Information
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Recently Zemic has introduced these new weight transmitters successfully on the Sensor + Test Exhibition.