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TxMini family of temperature transmitters


The TxMini family of loop powered temperature transmitters was designed to be incorporated directly into the sensor body of temperature probes, thus providing sensor manufacturers with a neat solution for embedding 4-20 mA transmitters into their products.

This miniaturized 4-20 mA transmitter is supplied in three configurations: with the convenience of the M12 or DIN43650 connectors, or the PCB alone (for customized constructions).

Microprocessed based and configurable through an USB interface, the TxMini is a very convenient component for all sensor manufacturers. Available for Pt100 and Pt1000 element sensors.



The Family is composed of three models:

TxMini-M12: standard connector M12 type, 4-20 mA output   

TxMini-DIN43650: model with standard connector, DIN43650 type, 4-20 mA output.

TxMini: model without assembled connector. User is able to solder wires to 4-20 mA current output.





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