The RT351 Series Transmitter is a single-channel temperature measurement system that features Dienes-compatible output signals for temperature and speed. The RT351 also features a linear 4-20 mA output for use with standard process control systems. Digital circuitry in the rotating transmitter and the stationary receiver are immune to electrical noise and drift. Generous 5 mm clearance between the rotating and stationary parts eliminate rubbing or impacting - a common failure cause in other designs. Error detection modes protect heater from damage and expedite troubleshooting in the event of a sensor or other failure. Multiple mechanical configurations are available to fit most machines.
- 4-20 mA current output for standard process controllers
- Frequency output for Dienes process controllers
- Multiple mechanical configurations available
- Digital circuitry from sensor input to signal output
Number of Sensors: 1
Input Sensor Type: PT100 RTD (100Ω at 0°C, α =.00385)
Sensor Range: 0-300°C
Speed: 10,000 RPM
Output Connection: M3-0.5 screw terminals, or 8 ft (3.8m) unterminated cable, 6-conductor
Output Signals: 4-20 mA (Linear with 0 - 300° C)
Frequency signal (Dienes curve: 362.48 - 749.86 Hz)
Power Input: For frequency output (Dienes compatible) (+Vi): 11 - 15 VDC
For current output (standard 4 - 20 mA) (+Vi): 14 - 25 VDC
Accuracy: Current: ±0.20% full scale, 25-85° C ambient temperature
Frequency: ±0.40% full scale, 25-85° C ambient temperature
Operating Temperature: 0°C - 100 °C
Humidity: 0 – 90% RH, non-condensing
Frequency and Speed Output (Dienes):
Terminal 1: Supply voltage (+Vf) (+12 VDC nominal)
Terminal 2: Supply Voltage low (Common)
Terminal 3: Speed output
Standard Current Output (4-20 mA):
Terminal 2: Current output low (-I)
Terminal 4: Supply voltage (+Vi) (+15 VDC nominal)
Terminal 5: Current output high (+I)
Note: Both the frequency and the current output signals can be used individually or simultaneously but each must be powered accordingly.
The RT362 Transmitter is a two-channel wireless temperature measurement system designed to monitor temperature on heated godet roll shells. The system features Dienes-compatible output signals for temperature control on Trützschler (SwissTex / Rieter) machines. Error detection modes protect the heater from damage and expedite troubleshooting in the event of a sensor or other failure. Digital circuitry from sensor input to signal output and generous clearance between the rotating and stationary components make the RT362 a robust and reliable element in the temperature feedback loop.
The RT300 Series Transmitter is an extremely reliable multi-channel godet temperature measurement system. The digital transmitter circuit and digital controller interface circuit are immune to electrical noise and drift. Generous 9 mm clearance between the rotating and stationary parts eliminate rubbing and impacting - a cause of failure in other designs. The stationary electronics are housed in a small DIN-rail mount enclosure to remove them from the harsh motor environment. Models are available to accommodate from one to four RTD signals in a variety of mechanical configurations to fit most machines.