Rosemount™ 248 Head Mount Temperature Transmitter
An industry-standard solution, the Rosemount 248 Temperature Transmitter delivers consistent and reliable performance for process environments. Engineered to meet requirements for common single point temperature measurement applications, its durable design withstands a wide range of process environments. For application flexibility, this temperature transmitter is available in a rail or head mount configuration as well as a variety of housing options.
Input：Single sensor capability with universal sensor inputs (RTD, T/C, mV, ohms)
Output Signal：4-20 mA /HART® protocol
Housing：DIN B head mount or rail mount
Diagnostics：Basic diagnostics including open/short sensor diagnostics
Calibration Options：5-point calibration
Certifications/Approvals：Hazardous location, marine type, see full specs for complete list of certifications
● Standard transmitter meets common single point temperature measurement application requirements
● Housing construction provides superior resistance to many process environments
● Available in rail or head mount configuration for application flexibility
● One-year stability rating reduces maintenance costs
● Open/short sensor diagnostics help detect issues in the sensor loop to ensure reliable performance
● Device dashboards provide easy interface for simplified device configuration and diagnostic troubleshooting
Rosemount™ 248 Temperature Transmitter
■ Basic temperature transmitter offers a reliable solution for temperature monitoring points.
■ Standard transmitter design provides flexible and reliable performance in process environments.
■ Experience lower over-all installation costs when compared to wiring sensor directly, reducing the need for expensive extension wires and multiplexers.
■ Explore the benefits of a Complete Point Solution™ from Rosemount Temperature.
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