LTS6 Serial-to-Analog DIN Rail Transmitter Converts Serial Data to a Scaled Analog Signal

The LTS6 Serial Input to Analog Output Converter accepts RS-232 or RS-485 serial data with the Modbus or Laurel ASCII protocol, and converts it to an isolated, scalable 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA or 0-10V analog output signal. The unit fits on a 35 mm DIN rail and is only 22.5 mm (0.89") thick. It is normally powered by AC (85-264 Vac), but can optionally be powered by low voltage AC or DC. All electrical connections are via detachable screw-clamp plugs.

The Analog transmitter output is exceptionally accurate. 16-bit resolution provides an ultra-fine resolution of 0.0015% and accuracy better than 0.02% of output span. Output isolation from signal, power and serial communication grounds is provided by a separate on-board transmitter power supply, thereby eliminating potential problems caused by ground loops.

Dual solid state relays for control or alarm are standard. The relay outputs are i isolated isolated and are rated for a 120 mA current at 130 Vac or 170 Vdc.


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