Temperature transmitter communicates via Bluetooth

Endress+Hauser’s iTEMP TMT71 and TMT72 single-channel temperature transmitters are available with an integrated Bluetooth interface that enables users to wirelessly display measured values and perform configuration tasks.
Endress+Hauser’s iTEMP TMT71 and TMT72 single-channel temperature transmitters are available with an integrated Bluetooth interface that enables users to wirelessly display measured values and perform configuration tasks. (Endress+Hauser)

Endress+Hauser’s iTEMP TMT71 and TMT72 single-channel temperature transmitters are available with an integrated Bluetooth interface that enables users to wirelessly display measured values and perform configuration tasks. The technology offers significant improvements in process efficiency, plant availability and reduces costs.

The transmitter is easily controlled using Endress+Hauser’s SmartBlue app. Access to the device is password-protected and the Endress+Hauser security concept for Bluetooth communication complies with the highest safety standards. The device can be configured without the need to previously install device drivers, since they are already stored in the transmitter's electronics.

The configurable transmitters can accept input signals from resistance sensors (RTD), thermocouples, resistance (Ω) and voltage transmitters (mV) and provide an output via the 4 to 20 mA signal or the HART 7 communication (TMT72).

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Integrated sensor monitoring functions, device troubleshooting and diagnostic information in accordance with NAMUR NE 107, allow for a high level of measuring point availability. The transmitter sensor’s precision of the temperature measurement is increased for the entire system as it matches calendar-Van-Dusen coefficients. The transmitters carry international approvals (ATEX, CSA C/US, IECEx) so are designed for safe operation in hazardous areas.

The transmitters are available in various housing versions, either with or without a display.

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