It is housed in a thin case and takes various DC voltage or DC current signal inputs and provides a stable, optically isolated, load independent output in the form of current or voltage.
In the case of the TH-5M, various standard input ranges are permissible, while numerous output ranges also exist. Input/output range changes are done by dip switches on the side of the transducer, meaning that the process is fast and simple.
The input, output and power ports are all isolated from each other to provide independent outputs. Also, the case can easily be mounted on a DIN rail for applications that require this.
The TH-5M operates on a 24V DC power supply, while the TH-2M is for a 100 to 240V AC supply. Weighing in at only 80g, the TH-2M/5M universal isolation transducer has a base accuracy of ±0.1% FS, and load resistance variation of ±0.06%.
Response time, from 0-90%, is less than 50ms for AC power, and with DC power the response time is even faster at less than 10ms. The transducer operates at an ambient temperature of -5 to 50°C and is fitted in a thin, black PC 94V-2 case.
This universal isolation transducer/DC signal converter is available in Australia and New Zealand from Bestech Australia Pty Ltd.