The TMM-45 SMART transmitter has a 62-point custom curve that linearises all low-voltage/current and resistance signals like the level of unsymetric tanks, special thermocouples or RTDs, vacuum curves and temperature curves with significant offsets. All standard RTD, thermocouple, current, voltage and resistance curves are preprogrammed and can be called up at any time in C or F ranges. Transmitter is programmed through set-up program from a personal computer or laptop computer. An easy-to-follow windowing system guides through the different programming steps. Key features are: calibration error better than 0.05 percent of full span; voltage or current outputs; all standard sensor linearisations; 62-point custom linearisation; optional two-alarm contact; optional RS485 interface; and easy setup through set-up program.

Jumo Process Control Inc.

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