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This month we are proud to introduce the expansion of our USB-configured transmitters with the addition of the TT339 frequency transmitter and a video that explains the TT330 Series. We also have a new video that will give you an overview of our new Ethernet I/O modules and how maintain communication in heavy network traffic.
For more information, call our sales engineers at 877-295-7035 to discuss your application or request a quote.
New Frequency/Pulse Input Transmitter Uses Software Configuration to Accurately Set Input/Output Options
Acromag expands their line of USB-configured transmitters with a model that provides a process current or voltage output proportional to the frequency of a pulse or waveform input signal.
Acromag’s new TT339 frequency transmitter converts the rate of pulsed, sinusoidal and other periodic waveform input signals to a proportional 0-20mA, 0-10V, or ±10V DC output. This versatile signal conditioner accepts unipolar and bipolar input signals with amplitudes up to 120Vrms (±170V DC) and frequencies up to 100KHz. Setting your input/output ranges and other operating parameters is extremely easy using a PC with free configuration software and a convenient USB connection to the transmitter. Common uses involve monitoring power line frequency, flow rates, rotational speed, and periodic events. A flexible power requirement (12-32V DC), wide temperature range (-40 to 80°C), and rugged design make the TT339 ideal for many applications, even in hazardous locations (Class 1, Div 2, Zone 2). Single quantity list price starts at $275 USD.
USB-Configurable Four-Wire Transmitters Video
In this video, Acromag introduces their new PC-configured signal conditioners. These four-wire transmitters offer easy software configuration for universal thermocouple/millivolt, current/millivolt, process voltage, and high voltage inputs with universal current/voltage outputs.
Video: New Ethernet I/O Ensures Delivery of Time-Critical Data
In this video, Acromag introduces their new BusWorksXT® Ethernet I/O Series. These I/O mdoules feature Innovasic® PriorityChannel technolgy, which maintains data determinism at the device regardless of network load. They support Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP, Profinet, and peer-to-peer communication with easy USB-to-PC/Windows setup.