The AMG1051H ultra-thin circuit power supply isolation temperature transmitter digitally linearises the signals of the field thermocouple (TC) or resistance temperature detector (RTD), converting them to isolated outputs of 4-20mA current corresponding to the sensors’ temperatures. Isolators have the functions to send out alert messages when the sensors sense a disconnection, and the RC input has an auto cold junction compensation function. It is also able to configure parameters such as scale and index number for the transmitter using professional software.
Number of channels: 1
Supply voltage：12 – 35V,d.c .
Output:4- 20mA, d.c.
Load resistance: RL≤ (U e-12)/0.022Ω
Temperature drift: 0.1%F.S./10℃
Response time: ≤2ms
Cold breaking compensation deviation: ±1℃
Cold breakingcompensation range: -40℃ – ＋85℃
While alarmfor below the lower limit of the range, the current output is 3.8mA, d.c.
While alarmfor above the upper range, the current output is 21mA, d.c.
While alarmfor opening circuit, the current output is approximate 22mA, d.c.
Dielectric strength: 1500 V, a . c .;1 min (between source, input, and output)
Insulation resistance: ≥ 100M Ω；5 0 0V, d . c .(between source, input, and output)
Electromagnetic compatibility: Compliant with GB/T 18268(IEC 61326-1)
Instrument structure: Ultra-thin PBT retardant-burn molded case structure
Weight: Around 45g
Applicable field equipment: 2-wire and 3-wire Thermal resistance, and thermocouple
Note: 1. while three-wire thermal resistance signal inputting, as far as possible to ensure the resistance value of three wires are equal.
2. While two-wire thermal resistance signal inputting, terminals 6 and 7 must be short circuited.
Note: 1. The output precision of “%” is equivalent to the range of the set, take larger value of range deviation and absolute deviation in the application.
2. The output precision does not include cold end compensating deviation whileTC inputting.
The AMG1000 series isolator uses DIN35mm rail mounting.
Steps for Installation: