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Catalogue status: Dec 2, 2016
PRO Thermo

The configurable WAS5/WAZ5 PRO Thermo TC signal isolating converter with external power supply in 17.5 mm width:
for recording, linearising, transforming and isolating thermal voltages into standardised DC current
and voltage signals.

Standardised thermocouples of types K, J, T, E, N, R, S and B can be connected to the input side, in compliance with IEC584.
The input and output parameters (e.g. sensor type, temperature range and standardised output signal) can be configured using the DIP switches.
The input/output channels and 24 VDC power supply are completely isolated with 4 kV.


The PRO Thermo is optionally available with screw or tension-clamp wire connections. The 24 VDC supply voltage can be bridged using pluggable ZQV 2.5N jumpers on the module side.


Use the WAVETOOL program available from Weidmüller’s website for adjustments and settings.

They can be used in many applications around the world because of their international approvals (cULus, CULusEX and GL).




Products:

Order No.: 8560720000
Type: WAS5 PRO Thermo
Version:
TC isolating transformer, Screw connection
 
Order No.: 8560730000
Type: WAZ5 PRO Thermo
Version:
TC isolating transformer, Tension clamp connection
 
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