PLC Tools SIM-TRTD Temperature RTD Simulator Dual Channel User Manual
The RTD Simulator was developed to assist maintenance personnel and integrators in RTD analog input testing, troubleshooting and application development.
It temporarily replaces and simulates a 2-wire, 3wire or 4-wire Platinum 100 Ohm 385 RTD resistor.
Five fixed output settings are available per each channel: 32°F, 100°F, 250°F, 500°F and 1000°F.
A specific output selection made by connecting signal wire to one of the five output terminals
Do not connect more than one output at the same time.
Typical Two-Wire RTD Connection
Connect Com and one of Output terminals directly to the PLC input
Typical Three-Wire RTD Connection
Connect dual wires to the Com terminal and a single wire to one of the Outputs
Connect dual wires to the Com terminal and dual
wires to one of the Outputs
|Device Simulation||RTD 100 Ohm Platinum 385 100 Ohm @ 32°F α=0.0385|
Max Applied Voltage
Operating Ambient Temperature
32, 100, 250, 500, 1000°F
not calibrated, preset with RTD PLC Input
This is not a calibration device and can't be used for a RTD input calibration
Currently the device does not carry any agency approvals and is not compliant with RoHS.
This device is intended to provide general assistance with RTD input debugging, testing and application development.
It should not be permanently used in live production systems.
Accordingly, production system must be tested and commissioned with real instruments to ensure safe and reliable operation.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE DEVICE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, LOSS OF PROFIT OR DAMAGE.
The examples and diagrams in this manual are included for illustrative purposes only. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation, the device manufacturer cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
Before making any decision or taking any action that might affect your equipment, you should consult a qualified professional advisor.