Temperature transducers

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Temperature transducers

The MINI Analog family from Phoenix Contact now includes two universal software-programmable temperature transducers. They offer a wide power circuit input range of 9.6 to 30 V DC, making for easy implementation into battery powered or remote systems. Their low transmission error of 0.1 percent means high level accuracy for the customer. The MINI Analog family has a 6.2-mm thin housing and T-bus power bus capabilities that save space and drastically reduce installation time. The hot-swappable signal conditioning slices simply clip to the powering T-bus connector without the need to remove bus bars or bridging. Optional quick cabling solutions are also available to interface the MINI Analog modules to controllers, greatly reducing installation time.

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