Pressure transmitter TST-SMC
Integrated CANopen interface according to Standard 2.0 A (optional B) with data rates up to 1 Mbit/s
Measuring ranges from 0 ... +1 bar to 0 … +1000 bar
Dry stainless steel measuring cell and compact stainless steel housing
Media temperature -40 … +125 °C
product description Pressure transmitter TST-SMC
The TST-SMC series pressure transmitters have been specially developed for measuring tasks which require an output of the detected pressure via CANopen interface. For example, in the vehicle and automotive engineering, but also in applications of hydraulics and pneumatics, plant construction and automation technology or environmental and air conditioning technology.
The TST-SMC has an integrated CANopen interface according to Standard 2.0 A (optional B) with data rates of up to 1 Mbit / s. Alternatively, the TST-SMC is also available with a CAN interface which is compatible to the J1939 protocol according to DIN ISO 11898.
The measuring range of the TIVAL TST-SMC pressure transmitter can be individually and steplessly configured in ranges from 0 ... +1 bar up to 0 ... +1000 bar. The measuring cell used is a fully welded stainless steel membrane that does not require any internal transmission media. As a process connection, the versions customary in MCR technology can be combined with various electrical special connections. In addition to the popular 5-pin M12x1 round connector (S763-5), there is also an integrated Y-piece with two M12x1 connections or two M5x0.5 (S 707) connections.
|Standard pressure ranges TST-SMC
Individual pressure ranges on request
|Technical data||Pressure transmitter TST-SMC|
Operating voltage UB
|CANopen interface acc. to. DIN ISO 11898 CAN 2.0 A (CAN 2.0 B optional)
CANopen or J1939 protocol acc. to DIN ISO 11898
10 ... 32 V DC
< 30 mA
|Response time (10 ... 90 %)||< 1 ms|
|BFSL||≤± 0,15 % FS|
|Total error at RT
||≤± 0,50 % FS - including nonlinearity, hysteresis, zero point and full scale error
(according to IEC 61298-2).
Optionally available with increased measuring accuracy of ≤± 0.25 % F
|Stability per year||≤± 0,10 % FS|