5116B Programmable Transmitter

Brand: PR Electronics

  • Input for RTD, TC, mV, Ohm, potentiometer, mA and V
  • 2-wire supply > 16.5 V to Ex zone 0
  • Bipolar voltage input
  • Output for current, voltage and 2 relays
  • Universal supply by AC or DC
Features
  • Within a few seconds the user can program PR5116B to suit the specific application.
  • By way of the front push-button the input can be calibrated to the exact span of the process. Zero drift on the process signal can be adjusted by a single press of the front buttton.
  • A green front LED indicates normal operation and malfunction. A yellow LED is ON for each active output relay.
  • Continuous check of vital stored data for safety reasons.
  • 3-port 3.75 kVAC galvanic isolation.

Specifications

Accuracy

  • ± 0.05%

Approvals & Certifications

  • ATEX 2014/34/EU KEMA 04-ATEX-1316 X
  • DNV Marine Standard F. Certificate No. 2.4
  • EAC Ex TR-CU 012 / 2011 RU C-DK.GB08.V.00410
  • EAC TR CU 020/2011
  • EMC 2014/30/EU
  • FM 3023092
  • LVD 2014/35/EU
  • UL 508

Calibration

  • 20° to 28° C (68° to 82° F)

Environmental Protection

  • IP20

Humidity

  • < 95% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing

Load

  • ≤ 600 ohms

Maximum Voltage

  • 250 Vrms

Output

  • 0-20 mA Signal Range

Response Time

  • 250 millisecond to 60 seconds mA/V Input (Programmable)
  • 400 milliseconds to 60 seconds (0 to 90%, 100 to 10%)

RTD Type

  • Linch R
  • Ni100
  • Pt100

Supply Voltage

  • 19.2-300 Vdc
  • 21.6-253 Vac
  • 50/60 Hz

Temperature Range

  • -20° to 60° C (-4° to 140° F)

Vibration

  • ± 1.6 mm
  • ± 4 G

  • Linearized, electronic temperature measurement with RTD or TC sensor.
  • Conversion of linear resistance variation to a standard analog current / voltage signal, i.e. from solenoids and butterfly valves or linear movements with attached potentiometer.
  • Power supply and signal isolator for 2-wire transmitters.
  • Process control with 2 potential-free relay contacts which can be configured for advanced functions.
  • Galvanic separation of analog signals and measurement of floating signals.

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