Immersion temperature measuring transducer THERMASGARD® TM 65 - Modbus

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Immersion temperature measuring transducer THERMASGARD® TM 65 - Modbus
Calibratable THERMASGARD® TM 65 - Modbus temperature measuring transducer with straight protective tube, Modbus connection, terminal box housing made of impact resistant plastic, housing cover with quick-locking screws, with/without optional display (for indicating the actual temperature).
The sensor device is used for detecting temperatures in liquid or gaseous media. Stainless steel thermowells are available as accessory for aggressive media. Applications of the TM-65 can be found in piping systems, heating technology, storage tanks, district heating compact stations, hot-water and cold-water systems, oil and lubricant circulation systems, mechanical, equipment and plant engineering as well as throughout industry. The temperature measuring transducers are factory-calibrated. Adjustment/Fine-tuning by the user is possible (zero-point offset is adjustable).
Technical details
Voltage supply
24 V AC (± 20 %) and
15…36 V DC
Power consumption
< 1,0 VA/ 24 V DC
< 2,2 VA/ 24 V AC
Temperature deviation
typically ± 0.2 K at +25 °C
Pt1000, DIN EN 60751, class B
(Perfect Sensor Protection)
Measuring range
–50...+150 °C
Zero point offset
± 10 °C
Ambient temperature
Measuring transducer –30...+70 °C
depending on selected immersion sleeve
Error detection
sensor breakage, sensor short circuit
Bus protocol
Modbus (RTU mode),
address range 0...247 selectable
Signal filtering
0,3 s / 1 s / 10 s
Protective tube
stainless steel, 1.4571, V4A, Ø = 6 mm
Cable gland
2x M 12 x 1.5 (Y-adapter); with strain relief,
exchangeable, max. inner diameter 6 mm
Permissible air humidity
< 95 % r. H., non-precipitating air
Protection class
III (according to EN 60 730)
Protection type
IP 65 (according to EN 60 529)*
CE conformity,
electromagnetic compatibility according to EN 61326,
according to EMC Directive 2014/ 30/ EU