ABB TTH200 Temperature Transmitter


ABB TTH200 Temperature Transmitter type is designed for standard type B sensor heads. The advantage is increased from measuring accuracy resulting from the conversion of the sensor signal into a stable output signal close to the sensor.

Applications: Temperature measurement in air, soil, or water, measurement of delicate surfaces (e.g., leaves, fruits), Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Research and Development, Industrial Safety, Hazardous Areas and pharmaceutical

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Product Description

ABB TTH200 Temperature Transmitter is mainly designed for standard type B sensor heads. The temperature transmitter is provided for all HART standard applications in temperature measurement with a single sensor. The Abb temperature transmitter can support the functionality as same as Abb TTH300 temperature transmitter but the difference is that without sensor drift and sensor redundancy monitoring that can be configured via any standard FTD tool via EDD or FDT / DTM in DAT200 (Asset Vision Basic).

Features of  ABB Temperature Transmitter:

  • HART Compatability
  • ATEX, IECEx, Zone 0 Compliance
  • The TTH200 meets all requirements for the CE mark in accordance with IEC 61326 (2006)
  • Conforms with IEC 61508 as regards use in safety-related applications, up to and including SIL 2.

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