STI and STID converters are intended for converting the signal of Ni 1000/6180, Pt 100/3850 or Pt 1000/3850 resistance-type temperature sensing elements to the unified signal 4 to 20 mA. These converters can be utilised in any control system compatible with 4–20 mA current output. Standard measuring ranges of the converter are listed in the specifications table. Operating temperature range is -30 to 70 °C. These limits must not be exceeded even for a short time.
The sensors are designed to be operated in a chemically non-aggressive environment.
Two variants exist regarding to the design of the converter case:
1. STI Pt and STI Ni converters: the plastic case is made of POLYAMIDE material, and is identical to, for example, the connection head of s 120 sensors. It is provided with a wall bracket or with a clip for attaching to a DIN rail. the terminal board casing meets the IP 65 ingress protection requirements according to the EN 60 529 standard, as amended.
2. STID Pt: the plastic box is made of material TARFLON - IRY 2200, which meets requirements of UL 90 V-O standard. Itis intended for installation directly to a switchboard on a DIN rail.
DECLARATION, CERTIFICATION, CALIBRATION
- Manufacturer provides EU Declaration of Conformity.
- Calibration – The final metrological inspection – comparison with standards or working instruments – is carried out for all the products. Continuity of the standards and working measuring instruments is ensured within the meaning of the Section 5 of Act no.505/1990 on metrology. The manufacturer offers a possibility to supply the sensors calibrated in SENSIT s.r.o.’s laboratory (according to requirements of the EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard, as amended) or in an Accredited laboratory.