6337A 2-Wire HART Transmitter

Brand: PR Electronics

  • 1- or 2-channel converter for RTD, TC, Ohm, and bipolar mV signals
  • 2 analogue inputs and 5 device variables with status available
  • HART protocol revision selectable from HART 5 or HART 7
  • Hardware assessed for use in SIL applications
  • Mounting on a DIN rail in Safe Area or Zone 2/22
Features
  • HART protocol revision can be changed by user configuration to either HART 5 or HART 7 protocol.
  • The HART 7 protocol offers:
    ∙ Long Tag numbers of up to 32 characters.
    ∙ Enhanced Burst Mode and Event notification with time stamping.
    ∙ Device variable and status mapping to any dynamic variable PV, SV, TV or QV.
    ∙ Process signal trend measurement with logs and summary data.
    ∙ Automatic event notification with time stamps.
    ∙ Command aggregation for higher communication efficiency.
  • 6337A is designed according to strict safety requirements and is therefore suitable for applications in SIL installations.
  • Continuous check of vital stored data.
  • Meeting the NAMUR NE21 recommendations, the 6337A HART transmitter ensures top measurement performance in harsh EMC environments. Additionally, the 6337A meets NAMUR NE43 and NE89 recommendations.

Specifications

Accuracy

  • ± 0.05%

Approvals & Certifications

  • ATEX 2014/34/EU KEMA 10-ATEX-0006 X
  • EAC TR CU 020/2011
  • EMC 2014/30/EU
  • IECEx KEM 10.0084X
  • SIL: Hardware Assessed for use in SIL Applications

Calibration

  • 20° to 28° C (68° to 82° F)

Environmental Protection

  • IP20

Humidity

  • < 95% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing

Output

  • 4-20 mA Signal Range

Response Time

  • 1 to 60 seconds Programmable

RTD Type

  • Ni100
  • Ni1000
  • Ni120
  • Ni50
  • Pt100
  • Pt1000
  • Pt200
  • Pt50
  • Pt500

Supply Voltage

  • 8.0-35 Vdc

Temperature Range

  • -40° to 85° C (-40° to 185° F)

  • Linearized temperature measurement with TC and RTD sensors e.g. Pt100 and Ni100.
  • HART communication and 4...20 mA analog PV output for individual, difference or average temperature measurement of up to two RTD or TC input sensors.
  • Conversion of linear resistance to a standard analog current signal, e.g from valves or Ohmic level sensors.
  • Amplification of bipolar mV signals to standard 4...20 mA current signals.
  • Up to 63 transmitters (HART 7) can be connected in a multidrop communication setup.

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