Discontinued: Field Instruments
XYR 6000 Temperature Transmitters
XYR 6000 OneWireless™ Temperature Transmitters offer exceptional accuracy in temperature measurements. The temperature transmitters support a variety of input options to address different user needs
- XYR 6000 Temperature/Discrete Input Transmitters: Support up to three temperature and/or discrete inputs and can be used to convert any thermocouple, milli-volt, RTD or dry contact input such as limit level switches into a wireless input
- XYR 6000 Universal I/O Transmitters: Enable users to bring in high level analog inputs, thermocouple, milli-volt and discrete contact closure inputs wirelessly into their control systems
How Does It Work?
XYR 6000 Temperature Transmitters measure the analog signal from temperature sensors, discrete inputs, milli-volt values or ohm values and transmit a digital output signal proportional to the measured value for direct digital communications with systems. The discrete input channels support voltage-free floating contacts.
The output signal is transmitted to a gateway or to multiple communication nodes. These nodes wirelessly intercommunicate, forming a managed, secure and redundant network. A gateway, device manager or security manager is used to connect the XYR 6000 field devices to the backbone structure to bring the data into the control system.
The XYR 6000 Temperature Transmitters are furnished with an ISA100.11a-compliant wireless interface to operate in a compatible distributed ISA100.11a wireless system.
What Problems Does It Solve?
Honeywell’s Temperature/Discrete Input Transmitters enable users to convert existing measurement devices into wireless solutions without needing to replace the equipment. These wireless transmitters enhance the flexibility of monitoring applications, thereby improving process efficiency and saving costs.