• Barksdale Electronic Dual Temperature Switch BTS3000

Barksdale Electronic Dual Temperature Switch BTS3000

$239.00239USD
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Description

Barksdale's BTS3000 Electronic Dual Temperature Switch offers a fully programmable temperature control device in one compact package. The BTS3000 is available in three configurations:
  • (1) dual temperature switch,
  • (2) dual temperature switch with analog output (4-20 mA or 0-10 V), or
  • (3) single temperature switch with analog output.

Setpoints and deadband are easily adjusted using a user-friendly menu where hysteresis can be set up to 125% of its measuring range. Analog transducer outputs are scalable from 25% to 100% of the full adjustable range. The BTS3000 offers an easy to read 4-digit 14-segment LED angled display which is rotatable to 320°. Due to the BTS3000's inversion capability, the units can be installed upside down while maintaining the original text orientation. The BTS3000 is an ideal solution for temperature control applications requiring precision, flexibility and long life.

Features:
  • Measuring range: -22° to +284°F (-30° to +140°C)
  • One or two switch points
  • Analog output 4 - 20 mA or 0 - 10 V
  • Display & electronic connection: rotatable by 320°
  • Simple navigation menu
  • Superior EMI protection
  • 0.50% accuracy
  • Enclosure Rating: Type 4X (IP65) / Type 6 (IP67)

Product Specifications

General Specifications

Sensor element:PT100 Class A DIN/IEC 60751
Materials: 
Wetted parts:304 Stainless steel
Enclosure: 304 Stainless steel/polycarbonate/elastomer
Seals:FKM fluoroelastomer (standard)
EPDM (optional)
Electrical connection:Plug M12 x 1, 4-pin / 5-pin
Process connection:1/4" NPT Male, 1/2" NPT Male, 7/16-20 UNF (SAE-4) Male, G1/4" Male
Measuring ranges:-22°F to +284°F (-30°C to +140°C)
Accuracy:< +/-0.5 % f. s. at +25 °C

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