Registered Product Information

Manufacturer: Baldota Control and Equipments Pvt Ltd
Product Name: TLK-TT306F
Product Description: Head Mount Temperature Transmitter
Category: Temperature
Profile: FOUNDATION Field Device
Date: 4/22/2020
More Information: TLK_TT306F smart temperature transmitter, using the fieldbus technology,is a new generation of smart fieldbus temperature transmitter and it is an indispensable field device for process control. TLK_TT306F transmitter integrates abundant function blocks and realizes not only general measurement function but also complicated control strategy. TLK_TT306F smart temperature transmitter supports Single channel temperature sensor input. It applied to a variety of thermal resistance and thermocouple sensors and has wide range. Each channel support individually configures the sensor type and two-wire system and three-wire system connections of the thermal resistance. TLK_TT306F uses digital technology. It has simple interface between field and control room, which reduces the expense of installation, operation and maintenance. TLK_TT306F can be widely used in the petroleum, chemicals, electricity, and metallurgical industries, etc. Main features ------Flexibility ------Support many types of thermal resistance and thermocouple sensors ------Thermal resistance supports 2/3 wiring connection mode ------Thermocouple can use cold end compensation function

Registered Product Details

Manufacturer ID (hex): 005500
Device Type ID (hex): 0001
DEV_REV (hex): 01
DD Revision: 0x01(DD4), 0x01(DD5)
FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile: 113
Stack Manufacturer: Microcyber Corporation
FOUNDATION Stack Class: 31PS, 32L
Stack Version: 1.0
Registered Blocks: 1-RB2(E), 2-AI(S), 1-PID(S)
Other Blocks: 2-TB(C)
Registered Features: Resource Block Alarms and Events Function Block Linking Trending Multi-Bit Alert Reporting Field Diagnostics

Registration Information

Registration Authority: FieldComm Group
Registration Status: Registered
Tester Version: 6.4.0
DD/CFF Tester Version: 6.4.0

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