Pt100 Modbus Converter

Pt temperature sensorPeripheryModbus RTU
Pt100 Modbus Converter

Pt100 Modbus Converter

Applications

  • industrial weather station
  • process technology
  • building technology
  • SCADA system
  • solar power plants
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From analog signal to industry standard

The Pt100 Modbus converter acquires the measuring signal of a Pt100 temperature sensor and makes the measured value available for interrogation via Modbus RTU (RS485). Due to the simple address assignment from 1...99 by code switches, up to 99 temperature sensors can be quickly integrated into a bus. Like the other Lambrecht Modbus RTU sensors, the Pt100 Modbus converter also has autoconfiguration registers (mapping). Thus it can be automatically recognized by the data logger met[LOG] and created for the measurement with just one push of a button.

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Pt100 Modbus Converter
Measuring range:
-40 ... +80 °C
Signal input:
1,5 kV
Sensor supply Pt100:
1 mA
RS485 bus:
no galvanic isolation
Address switch:
2 address switches for 10 + 1 · max. bus users: 99
Measuring rate:
1 measurement/s
Environmental conditions:
-40...+80 °C
Power supply:
50 Hz (1 min.)
Supply voltage:
18...30 VDC
Max. power consumption at 24 VDC:
300 mW
Max. line resistance:
10 Ohm/line
Design:
DIN rail 35 mm, EN 50022
Software protocol:
Modbus-RTU
Data format:
19200, 8, E, 1
Dimensions:
6,2 x 92 x 101 mm
Protection class:
IP 20
Weight:
approx. 30 g
EMC standards / Electrical safety:
EN 61326, EN 55011, CISPR11 Kl. B, EN 61010-1
Connection technology:
4-wire, screw terminals, conductor cross section max. 2.5 mm2
Connectable to:
00.08290.000030: Module temperature sensor
00.08280.010507: Air, soil and water thermometer Pt100, 1/3 DIN
00.08281.008005: Air temperature sensor Pt100, 1/3 DIN
00.08241.000000: Grass temperature sensor with protection device
Temperature sensors

are the objects to be measured and the starting point for the right choice of sensors. The soil sensor (828) is water­proof and is used to measure air, water and soil temperatures precisely. Instrument (8241), which includes radiation protection and a mounting rod, is best suited for measuring temperatures about 5 cm above ground (grass level). For measurement of air temperatures in higher areas, sensor (8281) is most suitable.

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