Indicating temperature transmitter, General purpose, field mounting



Features:

  • Large 5 digit display + 31 segment bargraph
  • HART® communication
  • Transmitter and sensor diagnostics
  • Loop powered
  • IP66 enclosure with separate terminal compartment
  • Optional:
        Alarms
        Loop powered backlight
        External push buttons
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This second generation, HART® enabled BA674D loop powered general purpose indicating temperature transmitter, provides a large, easy to read digital temperature display plus accurate 4/20mA and HART® digital outputs. Optional alarm outputs enable under and over temperature warnings to be generated and an optional display backlight enhances display visibility in poor lighting conditions. The transmitter has a galvanically isolated input allowing connection to any earthed or floating resistance thermometer, thermocouple, resistance or voltage source. High common mode voltages will not degrade the performance of this transmitter.

The BA674D transmitter may be configured using the internal push buttons or HART® digital communication.

The instrument can be supplied calibrated to customers′ requirements free of charge and can be labelled to show units of measurement, tag number and application.

Other indicating temperature transmitters in our range include:


 

To select options for your application please refer to the following table.


Model

BA674D

BA674D Indicating temperature transmitter#
Mounting Field
Protection IP66
Display 5 digit 20mm high + 31 segment bargraph
Optional
Alarms Yes
Backlight - loop powered Yes
External push buttons Yes

 
Downloads

BA674D

Datasheet PDF logodownload
HART® certificate PDF logodownload
Ingress certificate PDF logodownload
Instruction manual PDF logodownload
BA47X/67X Indicating Temperature
Transmitter HART® Interface Guide
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Declaration of Conformity PDF logodownload
HART® device files ZIP logodownload
CAD files ZIP logodownload

# Shown with optional loop powered backlight.

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