TT95: Thermocouple Transmitter

- Programmable range

- Linearized output standard signal

- Isolation of input , output and power supply

- Cold junction compensation


            The thermocouple's signal is linearized and cold-junction compensated to provide an isolated and linearized DC. voltage or current output. Typically the Thermocouple Transmitter TT95 interfaces with recording, monitering or controlling instruments.


Thermocouple Input

Number of channel:

1 Channel

Input type:


Input range:

Type J 0 to 800 °C

Type K 0 to 1200 °C

Type L 0 to 600 °C

Type R 0 to 1700 °C

Type S 0 to 1700 °C

Type T 0 to 400 °C

Cold junction compensation:

0-50 °C

Analog Output

Number of channel:

1 Channel

Output type:

Current, Voltage

Output range:

Current (4 to 20 mA)

Voltage (0 to 5, 1 to 5, 0 to 10 VDC)


< ± 0.2% of span

Output Load Resistance:

Current (max. 1000 Ω load)

Voltage (min 1000 Ω load)

Isolation voltage:

500 VAC (1 min.) between input, output, power supply

Power Requirements

Power Supply:

100,110, 220 VAC

24 VDC (Optional)

Environmental Limits

Operating Temperature:

0 to 55 °C

Operating Humidity:

5 to 95 %RH

Storage Temperature:

0 to 70 °C

Physical Characteristics


W50 x H70 x D130 mm.


Wall or DIN rail


Plug-in 11 pins socket


Warranty Period:

5 year

Ordering Information: Specify thermocouple type, input range, output, power supply
Example TT95/K/0-400 C/4-20 mA/220 VAC



Package Checklist

1. TT95