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BL520 Sensor Transmitter | Input Pt100/Pt1000 resistance thermometer (RTD) and thermocouples | Isolation up to 300 V

Description

BL520 Sensor Transmitter | Input Pt100/Pt1000 resistance thermometer (RTD) and thermocouples | Isolation up to 300 V

This flexible temperature transmitter with range selection in plain text measures temperature using standard platinum sensors and thermocouples.

  • Flexible temperature detection with conventional sensors: Pt 100, Pt 1000, thermocouples type J and K
  • Intuitive, “readable” configuration using 4 rotary and 8 dip switches
  • Calibrated switching without potentiometer adjustment
  • Automatic recognition of the sensor connection (2-, 3-, or 4-wire)
  • High accuracy due to innovative circuit design
  • Minimum space consumption in the enclosure: 6-mm housing
  • CE compliant and UL approved
  • 3-year warranty
  • Perfect price-performance ratio

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Technical details

Product Category: Sensor Transmitter
Housing: 6 mm Modular housing

Downloads

Manuals

86924_KNF_BL520_c-2280873
86923_KNE_BL520_c-9342570

Data Sheets

KAT_EN_BL520-5448785

Certificates

[11418] Certificate of Compliance (UL)
No. 20181015-E220033 | 2018-OCTOBER-15
POWER CIRCUIT AND MOTOR-MOUNTED APPARATUS
P32*00P0/**, A202*0P0..., BL520

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