OMEGA Introduces Digital Temperature Transmitters

(Press Release)
Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Omega’s new PRTXB and PRTXAL series are 2-wire transmitters that provide 4 to 20 mA signal representing temperature linearized. This product features a 316 Stainless Steel RTD Probe that capture minimum and maximum readings. Selectable units and an auto shutoff time feature is available for battery powered models (PRTXB and PRTXBL).  Units with alarm outputs are available too. Ideal for Food Processing, Automotive-Engine Testing, HVAC, Lab Use, water bath temperature monitoring, pressure vessels or any temperature monitoring application. Price starts at $389
Email: info@omega.com
Website: www.omega.com

 

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