Status SEM210X PC Programmable ATEX approved universal input Temperature Transmitter

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SKU
XE-6285-001
£136.92 £114.10
Lead Time:
In-Stock
Weight:
1.00KG
Tariff Code:
90330000
Manufacturer:
Status Instruments
Country of Origin:
GB
RoHS Compliant:
  • UNIVERSAL INPUT, DUAL CHANNEL
  • ATEX Version
  • MATHS FUNCTIONS
  • SENSOR CHARACTERISTICS DOWNLOAD VIA USB
  • PORT ALLOWS FOR CUSTOM TYPES
  • FLASH TESTED TO 4 KV DC

The SEM210 is a universal transmitter that accepts RTD, Thermocouple, Potentiometer or millivolt input signals and converts them to the industry standard (4 to 20) mA transmission signal.

The ATEX / IECEx version (SEM210X) is programmed with a ATEX / IECEx approved communication lead (USBX Config).

Link To Product configuration software

FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS


SENSOR REFERENCING
The SEM210 sensor referencing via the Windows based USBSpeedlink software allows for close matching to a known reference sensor eliminating possible sensor errors.


CUSTOM LINEARISATION
As standard the SEM210 has all common RTD and thermocouple sensors available from its software library. Additionally, the SEM210 can be programmed with up to 22-point custom linearization/ correction where required. For nonstandard sensors or sensors with unusual or unique characteristics, consult the sales office for details.


SENSOR BURN OUT DETECTION
If a sensor wire is broken or becomes disconnected the SEM210 output will automatically go to its user defined level (upscale or downscale) or a pre-set value.


OUTPUT CURRENT PRESET
For ease of system calibration and commissioning the output can be set to a pre-defined level anywhere within the (4 to 20) mA range.


DIAGNOSTICS
Diagnostic features such as maximum and minimum values stored on the SEM210 are available to view
when using the USB configuration software. A 150-point rate adjustable log is stored on the SEM210 for reviewing of process data.

 

USBX Config - Atex / IECEx Approved Config Lead

  • Allows Configuration In the Safe Area
  • ATEX / IECEx Approved

USBx

In order to comply with the latest standards, a 'fuse protected shunt zener assembly' is required when configuring between the transmitter and the PC. This is to be used for configuration in the Safe Area