The DIN-130 thermocouple input modules contain an isolated 15-bit analog to digital converter and measure thermocouple temperature sensors. Each module is hardware optimized for the best measurement performance over a thermocouple input range. Eight different thermocouple input ranges are available.
The DIN-130 performs all signal conditioning, the analog to digital conversion and produces a linearized temperature output. The values are scaled in 16-bit unsigned integer format that represents a percentage of the full scale temperature range. The data values are transmitted to a host computer using the Modbus RTU serial protocol via an RS-485 serial port.
• Regulated +5Vdc, 0.75W max.
• Protected against power supply reversals
• Types: J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C
• Accuracy (errors from all sources) from 0 to +40C ambient: +/-1deg C max (J,K,T,E types). +/-2.5 deg C max for (R,S,B,C types).
• Resolution: 1 degree C.
• Common mode rejection: 100db at 50/60 Hz.
• Lead resistance effect: <20uV per 350 ohms.
• Input burnout protection to 250 VAC.
• Input impedance: 100 megohm min.
• Open thermocouple indication.
• Overrange Indication.
• Automatic cold junction compensation and linearization.
The DIN-130 series remote I/O modules are compatible with all commercial software programs and OPC servers that support the Modbus RTU protocol. Commercials software programs from DreamReport, Wonderware, National Instruments Labview, Indusoft, DAQFactory and DASYLab all support the Modbus RTU protocol. OPC Servers from Kepware and MatrikonOPC support the Modbus RTU protocol.