ST130 Series Low-Cost Transmitters

Miniature Two-Wire Transmitters with
Full-Size Performance.

Despite their tiny size and economical price tag, ST130 units are full-featured. By leveraging the latest signal conditioning technologies, these transmitters are able to provide a performance level and feature set previously unavailable in a unit of this size and price.

High Performance Temperature Sensor Signal Conditioners

Thermocouple (J,K,T,R,S,E,B,N), Pt RTD, ±100mV, or 0-100 ohm input
♦ High Accuracy and Linearity with Low-Drift 4-20mA output
♦ Fast and Easy Software Configuration via USB Connection

Advanced Technology in a Rugged Design

♦ New microcontrollers and ASICs minimize conversion errors
♦ Fast response and flexible input/output ranges
♦ No messing with adjustment pots, switches, or pushbuttons
♦ High immunity to surges, electrical noise, shock, and vibration 
♦ -40 to 80°C operation
UL/cUL Class 1 Div 2 Zone 2 approval pending

Download Product Summary Guide
Download the
Product Summary Guide

Get the ST130 Low-Cost Temperature Transmitters Data Sheets by Mail
Request more information
about Low-Cost Transmitters



ST131 RTD input

ST131 RTD Input

 

ST132 Thermocouple Input

ST132 Thermocouple Input

 

ST133 Isolated Thermocouple Input

ST133 Isolated
Thermocouple Input

 

Mounting for Low-Cost Transmitters
Mounting



Software for the Low-Cost Transmitters
Software



USB isolator to use with the ST130s
USB Isolator



White Paper

White Paper: Introduction to
2-Wire Transmitters and
4-20mA Loops

White Paper

White Paper: Thermocouple Temperature Measurement


RTD Transmitter Video explains transmitter calibration

See how easy it is to
calibrate an ST131
two-wire RTD temperature transmitter
USB Configure a Thermocouple / Millivolt Transmitter video
This video will explain the
steps to calibrate model
ST132 and ST133
thermocouple / millivolt
transmitter

 

 

 

subscribe to newsletter

  • 248-624-1541

User login

HOLIDAY HOURS

Please note that Acromag will be closed for the Holidays on Dec. 24-26 and Jan. 1&2.

note content