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Accessories to NOVUS products complementing the industrial automation solutions and facilitating their use in the most diverse applications.
If the antenna needs to be positioned far from the device (in order to obtain better signal coverage), an antenna with extension cable and magnetic base can be purchased separately.
The IR-LINK3 interface sends and receives data to/from the logger through infrared signals, used to be possible configuring, monitoring or downloading data from the logger through LogChart-II.
Telik Gardo is a wireless temperature monitoring system in medium voltage energy substations. It uses passive RFID sensors (UHF standard) installed in points of the electric bus. The temperature measurements read are ava...
Thermocouples, RTDs, Pt100, Flexible and gases probes.
Manufactured with thin film technology on a flat ceramic substrate or wire wound on cylindrical ceramic or with glass body, they provide an excellent means for high accuracy temperature detection.
The FTR power supply is a switching mode power supply to be connected directly to the line proviiding na isolated output. It is suitable for powering instruments such as 4-20 mA field transmitters.The FTR power supply is...
The USB-i485 module is a cost-effective way to convert RS485 or RS422 industrial buses to a USB interface. When connected to a PC USB port the USB-i485 module is automatically detected and is installed as a native COM po...
Cable with two tinned copper wires and NTC temperature sensor at one end. The sensor is protected by a stainless steel or rubber capsule, both protected against water ingress. Suitable for heating and cooling application...
The NOVUS EDA Power Supplies have full range voltage input, high efficiency, DIN rail support and operation temperature up to 70 ºC. Attending international standards and certifications they are a robust solution to prov...
New devices dedicated to the energy sector
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