Temperature transmitters

High-quality temperature transmitters from WIKA

Temperature transmitters convert the input signal from a wide range of sensors, such as resistance sensors and thermocouples, but in some cases also from potentiometers, into a standardised output signal (e.g. 0 ... 10 V or 4 ... 20 mA). With digital temperature transmitters, the sensor type and the measuring span can be freely configured, along with many further options such as the error signalisation or a measuring point identification.

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WIKA Instrumentation Pars Kish Ltd.

Tel.:
+98 21 88206-596
Fax.:
+98 21 88206-623
info@wika.ir

FAQ

What is galvanic isolation?

An isolation of the signal between the signal side and the output side (e.g. through coils).

What should be considered when measuring temperature with thermocouples?

For temperature measurement using thermocouples, a reference value is always needed and/or a compensation must be made. Thus, there is a sensor built into the digital transmitter (Pt100) which measures the terminal temperature (ambient temperature). (cold junction, ... More

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