This month we feature our 4-20mA Isolators and Splitters, as well as our newest application note: How to Choose a 4-20mA Isolator. And in case you missed it last month, we proudly announced ATEX Zone 2 Certification for our TT Transmitter series, Busworks XT® Ethernet I/O series and XTA Optocoupler and Mechanical Relay Series.
Split 4-20mA Signals to Multiple Devices with 600T Series Splitters
Acromag's 600T series signal splitters recieve a 4-20mA current input and provide two identical isolated 4-20mA outputs signals. Each channel operates independently to prevent interaction between channels. Galvanic isolation eliminates ground loops, reduces noise, and blocks transient signals.
Acromag Modules Received ATEX Zone 2 Certification
We are proud to announce that our TT Transmitter Series, BusWorks® XT Ethernet I/O Series, and XTA Optocoupler and Mechanical Relay Series received ATEX Zone 2 Certification. The ATEX Hazardous Location Certification is an EU equipment requirement for potentially explosive atmospheres. A potentially explosive atmosphere exists when a mixture of air gases, vapors, mists, or dusts combine in a way that can ignite under certain operating conditions.
Application Note: How to Choose a 4-20mA Isolator
Having trouble choosing the right 4-20mA isolator for your application? Learn which isolator or splitter is best for your needs with these three common application examples.