What is a Transmitter?
The transmitter is a device that converts physical measurement signals or ordinary electrical signals into standard electrical signals (4~20mA, 0~20mA, 1~5V, 0~ 10V, etc.) output or can be output by communication protocol (CANBUS, MODBUS, PROFIBUS, etc.)
What types of transmitters are there?
Process control framework
The relationship between transmitter and sensor
The sensor includes a transmitter. When the sensor outputs a standard signal, it can be called a transmitter.
Some application examples
0~10V output current transmitter
- Modbus output transmitter
- Communicate with PLC
- 0~10V output load cell transmitter
High-performance current transmitters, level transmitters, voltage transmitters, temperature transmitters, load cell transmitters, pressure transmitters, temperature and humidity transmitters, and PH transmitters are available on the ATO website.
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