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Temperature Sensor Interface RT32-LE

Connect your RTD Temperature sensors to internet and monitor temperature changes. Set safe levels and get alerts by text, email when sensors cross thresholds.


Recommended for

  • Food processing

  • Oil and Gas Industries

  • Industrial process control


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$249.00

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Important

RT32-Le is an IoT Interface designed to work with new and legacy RTD type temperature sensors. Sensors are not included with this interface.


Tech Specs

  • Smart Sensor Interface to bring intelligent internet connectivity to your new or existing PT100/ PT1000 temperature sensors
  • 0.25 °C resolution, 1% accuracy
  • Powerful Web Server Built-in. Access data with any standard Browser on your PC/ smart phone.
  • Connects to your network via ethernet
  • Compatible with any 10/100 Mbps network
  • Set high and low threshold settings for each sensor, and configure your alerts.
  • Supports API calls with sensor data output in XML, JSON formats.

Sensor Types


  • RT32 Interface is designed to work with most standard RTD type temperature sensors. Sensor not included.

    • Supports 2 wire PT100, PT1000 type RTDs
    • Web based calibration and fine tuning interface for field adjustments if needed.
    • Centigrade, Fahrenheit units available


Alerts/ Notification methods

  • Email, Email-to-SMS
  • Built-in Buzzer for local audible alarm

Installation

The RT32-Le connects to your network through Ethernet. They are easily installed and configured in less than 15 minutes via the integrated web interface.


Support

Along with powerful products, we offer superior customer support.

  • Simple and Easy to follow user manuals.
  • Application Notes addressing case specific issues. This is updated on a regular basis
  • Direct Support. Got a question, don't hesitate to drop us a line, or call us.

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