PR electronics A/S
HART Field Device
The PR5337 temperature transmitter is one of the worlds first head
mounted 2-wire temperature transmitters with HART® 7 protocol.
The device is fully compatible with PR electronics' well-known PR5335
HART® 5 transmitter - you can easily configure the PR5337 transmitter to
run the HART®5 protocol if required by the host system, and if the system
is later upgraded to HART® 7, you can easily reconfigure the PR5337 to
its original HART® 7 functionality
making the PR5337 a perfect solution
for both present and future HART® applications.
The transmitter makes high accuracy measurements of one or two TC or RTD
temperature sensors, linear resistors or mV signals.
The analog 4
20 mA output transmits a scaled process signal representing
of one of the five available process variables.
Both DD and DTM drivers are freely available, which means the transmitter
is easily programmed with a standard HART® handheld terminal, PR
electronics PReset software, or by using a HART® modem with FDT software
like Pactware, which can be downloaded from prelectronics.com.
Provides top performance in harsh EMC environments
Meeting the NAMUR NE21 recommendations, the PR5337 HART® transmitter
provides top performance in harsh EMC environments, and the transmitter
meets the NAMUR NE43 and NE89 recommendations as well. The 5337 is
available in standard or Ex/I.S. versions, with ATEX, IECEx, CSA and
Inmetro approvals. A high 1.5 kVAC isolation as well as SIL capability
and marine approval make the PR5337 transmitter the right choice for
world wide applications ... For more info visit prelectronics.com
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