Convert 0 to 50KHz frequency or 0 to 65535 pulse input signals to 4-20mA or 0-10V DC outputs for interfacing to controllers or other instrumentation.

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    TT339: Frequency / Pulse Input, 12-32V DC Local/Bus Power Transmitter

    • Multi-range 0Hz to 100KHz input
    • Universal current/voltage output
    • 12-32V DC local/bus power
    The TT339 model is a space-saving four-wire transmitter that isolates and converts a frequency or pulse input to a proportional control signal. DC current and voltage output are both supported on a single model. An optional DIN rail bus can deliver primary or redundant power to multiple units without wiring. Click here to watch a short video highlighting the TT330 Series.  
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    841T: DC Frequency/Pulse Input Intelligent Transmitter

    • 0 to 50KHz, 0 to 65535 pulses input
    • 0 to 20mA DC, 0 to 10V DC output
    • Mechanical alarm relay (25V @ 5A)
    • 10-36V DC power
    • Software configured; pulse counter; signal averaging; optional limit alarm functions
    These transmitters isolate and convert sensor inputs to noise-free, proportional DC current or voltage output signals. An optional relay output adds a local limit alarm function.
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    uB45: Frequency Input Module with Excitation Supply

    • Bluetooth┬« wireless configuration option
    • Frequency field input
    • Voltage host output
    Field Input: 0-50kHz frequency ranges Host Output: 0-5V or ┬▒5V ranges Click here to watch a short AcroMaggie video highlighting the features of the microBlox┬« Series.    
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    250T-FQ, 350T-FQ, 450T-FQ: Frequency Input Loop, DC, or AC-Power Transmitter

    • 0 to 25.6KHz frequency input range
    • DC voltage or DC current output
    • DIN rail G or T mount
    These transmitters accept periodic or pulse waveform signals such as those originating from tachometers, magnetic transducers, and turbine flow meters, and provide a proportional process current or voltage output signal.    
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