Status Instruments Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS

Temperature Transmitters Go From Strength To Strength

Status Instruments, the UK's leading designer and producer of in head temperature transmitters have launched their new SEM206 series. In-head temperature transmitters play a small, yet vital, role in many industrial processes; the new SEM206 series gives the user even more choice and ease of set up.

Strong market pressures on manufacturers to reduce size and cost, whilst improving performance and flexibility, have had a major impact over the last few years, with customers ever-looking for a low 'cost of ownership' product. Significant investment and ingenuity is now needed to stay ahead in this highly competitive market place, especially where products must meet the latest requirements for EMC compliance.

Status' new SEM206 range comes in two versions; the SEM206P and SEM206TC. They are both programmable via a PC using Status' new USB loop configuration module and free Mconfig software. The SEM206P accepts Pt100 inputs while the SEM206TC, a first for Status, accepts most common thermocouple inputs. Both products provide the user with a 2 wire 4/20mA output.

The configuration software and internal menu options, allows the user to carry out a simple, yet comprehensive set up routine for the transmitters. The free configuration software will upload the product configuration automatically. To change the configuration just takes seconds; simply type in the configuration you want and click the download Icon.

The transmitters can be preset to failsafe in either Hi or Lo mode in the event of a sensor burn out. If required, transmitters can easily be reset to factory default settings. Status's proprietary galvanic isolation comes as standard on the thermocouple type as well as the drift-free digital linearisation. The unprecedented 10 year warranty endorses the company's total customer commitment.

For more information, please contact :-

Status Instruments Ltd
Green Lane, Tewkesbury, Glos GL20 8DE
Tel: +44(0) 1684 296818
Fax: +44(0) 1684 293746

December 2007

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