Safety transmitter for system applications
United Electric Controls' One Series Safety Transmitter is designed for system applications and provides process variable, status, self-diagnostics, and field programming information.
United Electric Controls' One Series Safety Transmitter is a SIL 2-certified transmitter designed for safety system applications. The One Series is engineered to protect, giving safety teams simple setup and fast, safer, and affordable performance from the start.
The One Series Safety Transmitter is available in versions that monitor temperature and pressure. Its features include a large digital display that provides process variable, status, self-diagnostics and field programming information and has a 100% programmable solid-state relay (switch set point and deadband).
It is designed to replace a gauge, transmitter and a switch to reduce potential leak paths and is certified for use in SIL 2 plant safety applications with FMEDA report available.
The One Series transmitter provides 4-20 mA NAMUR standard output with exclusive “I Am Working” diagnostics. A unique, high-speed safety relay output is incorporated for local alarm or emergency shutdown. Discrete outputs deliver diagnostics and relay status voting logic input to the safety PLC to determine appropriate action. The transmitter is certified for use in SIL 2 safety instrumented systems, and is capable of SIL 3 per IEC 61508. It has configurable self-diagnostics and achieves a safe failure fraction of 98.5%. Instrument response time is <100 milliseconds.
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