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The top technologies are used in the PLX RHT 50 transmitter series. excellent precision, outstanding stability, relative
humidity, and temperature gauges The measured values are transformed into linear signals from 4 to 20 mA.
Full setup of the microprocessor-based circuit is possible.using the POLWAX_Confi PC interface and the output range Software that runs on Windows®. The humidity signal can be set to either relative humidity or absolute humidity. or dew point production. The wall-mounted applications are the exclusive focus of the PLX RHT 50 variant.

The PLX 3000 FM has one of the fastest sampling and logging rates compared to its rivals since it was designed to
meet the demands of the processes that are the most dynamic. To achieve high performance logging, it is also
necessary to be able to identify sensitive measurement fluctuations, which is possible with its 24-bit resolution.
The legacy instruments’ manufacturing floor data is brought to management sight by PLX 3000 FM. Due to its
potential to expand,
Through its communication interfaces, increase the number of measurement points to meet processing
By logging information from distant devices, it compiles all variables in its memory. As a result, the vast amount of
data is maintained as a
access through networking tools while adhering to industry standards Mapper 4.0

  • Power Range: 12 to 30 VDC
  • With and without Display
  • that is Transmitter with 2 analog outputs
  • 2-line LCD display

Data communicated via Modbus can be trended on-screen and securely preserved on the PLX 1200 PM media card, making it ideal for receiving Realtime data values from a master controller.
A seamless connection between the PLX 1200 PM and the batch/process controller is made possible by the Modbus control

Communications over 10BaseT Ethernet can be provided using the PLX 1200 PM.
via an industry-standard RJ45 connection and utilizes
TCP/IP, FTP, and HTTP are protocols. Using standardized
protocols make it simple to connect to current PC networks.