What is a Temperature Transmitter?
A temperature transmitter is a device that amplifies and standardizes the output signal of a temperature sensor. It is typically mounted directly on top of the probe – traditionally in the connection head. We have revolutionized the world of temperature transmitters with the our EVO series: these transmitters are as small as a thumb and come either as a standalone device or directly integrated with a temperature probe. They put out either a 4…20mA or a 0…10V signal.
Compact Temperature Transmitters
The compactness of our transmitters allows installation in even the smallest spaces. The connection is simple with the integrated M12 connectors. For our probes with integrated transmitters, we mould the transmitter itself directly onto a mineral insulated probe. As an added bonus, this combination allows to compensate the probe errors and thus improves accuracy.
For the highest level of accuracy and connectivity, check out our digital MODBUS temperature sensors and converters.