The YTA50 is a head mount temperature transmitter with a single input. The single input accepts thermocouples, RTD, Ohms or a DC millivolt source. All inputs are linearized and converted in to an industrial standard 4 to 20 mA DC output for transmission to your system. YTA50 is the choice for your monitoring applications.
YTA50 features include:
- 4 to 20 mA DC analog output
- 16 Input Types
- Head Mount or DIN Rail Mount
- Multilingual capability
- Heating, cooling and air conditioning
- Built-in density and enthalpy tables
- Meter-bus interface and RS485 communications
- Metric or US units
- 4-wire Pt100 RTD temperature inputs
- Fully programmable
- Calculates and displays Volume, Energy, Temperatures and Peak Energy
- Watertight to IP66 (Nema 4X)
- High accuracy
Microprocessor-based sensing technology ensures high accuracy and stability.
Variety of sensor inputs
The type of sensor input is user-selectable: RTD, Thermocouple (T/C), DC Voltage, or Resistance.
YTA50 mounted in a #2 Connection Head.
YTA50 is DIN Form B compliant and can be mounted in a #2 or #9 connection head. It can use an adapter plate to attach to a #5 connection head.
DIN Rail Mounting
YTA50 Single Input
- Brochure – YTA Temperature Solutions (1.5 MB)
- Brochure – WIKA YTE Series – Industrial Temperature Assemblies with YTA Temperature Transmitters (469 KB)
- User’s Manual – YTA50 Temperature Transmitter *See Manual Change 16-022 (1.6 MB)
- Manual Change 16-022 (168 KB)
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