Popular Transmitter Sensors Meet Global Intrinsically Safe Standards

LORD Sensing Stellar Tech reports its 4 mA to 20 mA hazardous location transmitter sensors now meet the latest global intrinsically safe standards.  Certified to CSA and ATEX certifications since 2004 and with more than 10,000 transmitters already in use, the IECEx certification provides users, no matter their location, with a global solution that has product performance and reliability. This new certification also allows users with a global reach to benefit from a reduced inventory since they can stock fewer part numbers.

 

The new certification expands LORD Sensing’s intrinsically safe offering to nearly all pressure, temperature, load/force/torque, and external 4 mA to 20 mA transmitter amplifier designs using just a single set of universal electronics. The upgraded electronics platform also provides improved EMI immunity for noisier applications. The new electronics filtering ensures low noise signals in the harshest environments without sacrificing measurement fidelity and signal bandwidth. For more details, checkout the certifications and datasheets.

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