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CMCP422AT-I Series Loop Powered Acceleration Transmitter, Top Entry Integral Armored Cable (IP65)
Top Exit M12 Connector Transmitter


 
CMCP422AT-I Data Sheet
US MSRP: $240.00


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Product Code: CMCP422AT-I

422 Series Range


Signal Detection


Cable Length



Description Technical Specs
 
Typical Applications
Fans, Motors, Pumps, Compressors, Centrifuges, Conveyors, Air Handlers, Gearboxes, Rolls, Dryers, Presses, Cooling, HVAC, Spindles, Machine Tooling, Process Equipment and many more.


  • Loop Powered
  • Acceleration (g's) Output (ISO 10-5kHz)
  • RMS or Peak Detection
  • Top Entry, Integral Braided Armor Cable
  • Class 1 Division 2 Approved
  • Class 1 Division 1 with Barrier
  • Interfaces Directly to PLC/DCS Systems
  • -13 to +194F (-25 to 90C) Temperature Range
  • 1/4" x 28 UNF Mounting Stud Included
The CMCP422AT-I Series are loop powered 4-20mA output sensors which are capable of interfacing directly to an analog input card on a PLC or DCS system. The 4-20mA output is proportional to the full scale range in terms of Acceleration (g's) and are capable of transmitting signals over a long distance without signal loss. The CMCP422AT-I features an integral braided armor cable rated for IP65.

CMCP422AT-I Data Sheet


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