By using a PC with communication interface Looplink 5905 it is possible to program any linearisation function. Thus, the transmitter is suitable to determine the contents of free tank shapes (e.g. horizontal cylinders).
The communications interface is approved for hazardous area and galvanic isolated. This protects the PC and works as a barrier between safe and hazardous area.
Communication is bi-directional, so that any data can be read and written from and to the transmitter.
Applications of Head-Mounted Transmitter - Type 5343 B from KSR
The input is suitable for a potentiometer circuit with a resistance of up to 10k Ohm.
The Head-Mounted Transmitter - Type 5343 B from KSR is especially suited for use with KSR level sensors.
The two-wire Head-Mounted Transmitter - Type 5335 B from KSR converts a resistance input to a proportional analogue output.
The Head-Mounted Transmitter - Type 5335 B from KSR can be used in conjunction with control systems utilising HART communication. The transmitter can be configured, read and controlled via HART communication. This kind of communication uses a sinus wave superimposed onto the analogue signal.
The analogue signal will not be altered by the sinus wave. Using a standard HART terminal together with a specific DDL, all parameters of the transmitter can be changed. In addition, the configuration program PReset can be used on a standard DOS-PC to control the configuration of the transmitter via a HART Modem.