M100 DIN Rail Transmitter
High performance and minimal space requirement
The M100 DR is a single-channel, multi-parameter transmitter compatible with ISM 1-wire sensors for measuring pH / ORP, pH / pNa, oxygen and conductivity.
Carrying the HART protocol the M100 DR is easy to configure and allows straightforward integration of Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM®) sensor diagnostics such as the Dynamic Lifetime Indicator (DLI), Adaptive Calibration Timer (ACT), and Time To Maintenance (TTM) into asset management platforms.
LEDs clearly indicate transmitter and sensor status, alarms, and warnings.
ISM’s Plug and Measure feature minimizes the risk of installation troubles and simplifies sensor handling.
|ISM features||Plug and Measure, DLI, ACT, TTM|
|Suitable DIN rail systems||35 mm|
|Supply voltage||14 – 30 VDC|
|Analog output||1 × 4 to 20 mA (loop powered), galvanically isolated|
|Analog input||1 × 4 to 20 mA (for pressure compensation)|
|Digital input||1, switching transmitter in HOLD state|
|<p> </p>ISM 1-wire pH, amperometric oxygen and conductivity sensors|
|M100 head mount transmitter||30 127 720|
Sensor compatibility:<p> </p>ISM 1-wire pH, amperometric oxygen and conductivity sensors
Sensor compatibility:</p>ISM 1-wire pH, amperometric oxygen and conductivity sensors
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Features and Benifits
Low installation costs
M100 DR is an easy to commission 2-wire transmitter for installations where space is at a premium.
Access to ISM predictive diagnostic tools available over HART leads to reduced maintenance and increased process uptime.
Simple Plug and Measure operation
With iSense, the key tool of ISM, sensors can be precalibrated via a PC or portable device then connected to the M100. Therefore, a user interface in the field is no longer necessary.
- Multi-parameter transmitter
- Compatible with major asset management tools
- Small footprint for installation flexibility