Digital Temperature Indicator/Transmitter Goes Industrial

KOBOLD’s DTM digital temperature meter and transmitter integrates all the fundamental components of industrial temperature sensing. A digital display, built-in signal transmission capability, and set-point switches meet all aspects of control and indication. It is designed to be a direct replacement for gas or liquid bulb thermometers. Constructed for industrial use, the DTM features 316-Ti wetted parts and a 304 stainless steel enclosure. It comes in a number of standardized ranges in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. Because of its electronic nature, any desired units or temperature ranges are possible, within the stated operating limits. The DTM measures temperature with a Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) and the electronics convert it into a scaled analog output. It can be delivered in a compact shaft version for media temperatures up to 390°F. For temperatures above 390 °F, the temperature detector is connected remotely with a cable. A datasheet is available at http://koboldusa.com/sites/default/files/product_files/DTM-digital-temperature-gauge-datasheet_0.pdf

 

KOBOLD Instruments Inc.

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Pittsburgh, PA

800-998-1020

412-788-4890

http://www.koboldusa.com

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