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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.

Cross section of a EVOMINI temperature transmitter by Italcoppie

RTD Temperature Transmitters


4-20mA Output Signal

0-10V Output Signal

RTD Temperature Transmitters



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Made in Europe

We manufacture our temperature transmitters at our headquarters in Cremona, Italy. So you benefit from short distances, streamlined logistics and fast delivery times.

Configuration of Temperature Range

We offer our EVO transmitters either with a fixed, pre-configured range or as a configurable transmitter with configuration software. Get in touch with our experts to find out what works best for your application!

Suggestions for our transmitters

As with all temperature transmitters, the electronics are the most temperature-sensitive component. Therefore, choose a sufficiently long probe to protect the electronics from heat. And as always, the immersion length should be at least 5x the diameter of the probe in order to avoid thermal bridge errors.

Regarding the response time of a probe, consider this rule of thumb: if you double the diameter, you quadruple the response time. So choose the diameter wisely!




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