Discontinued: Field Instruments

XYR 6000 Universal I/O

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 system.

XYR 6000 Universal I/O Transmitters support a total of three inputs which can be a combination of one to three high level analog inputs (0-20ma/4-20ma), one to two thermocouple inputs, one to two discrete inputs or two inputs and a single discrete output (STUW701 model).

The transmitters are available in two models:
  • STUW700 - Supports a total of three inputs which can be a combination of 1-3 high level analog inputs (0-20 mA/4- 20 mA) or 1-2 thermocouple or discrete inputs
  • STUW701 - Supports two inputs, which can be a combination of 1-2 high level analog inputs (0-20 mA/4-20 mA), 1-2 thermocouple inputs or 1-2 discrete inputs and one discrete output that can be used to trigger an alarm or turn on/off a device. 
How Does It Work?
XYR 6000 Universal I/O Transmitters convert measurements into a wireless signal that is transmitted to a gateway or to multiple communications nodes that form a managed, secure and redundant network. Wireless System Gateways (WSG) provide the path to bring information into any control system wirelessly via OPC client or Modbus/TCP. Integration with Experion® PKS and other control systems provides local measurement accuracy to the system level without adding typical A/D and D/A converter inaccuracies.
With the transmitters, users benefit from configurable data transmission rates of 1, 5, 10, 30 and 60 seconds. The ISA100.11a-ready devices further ensure that they can be easily upgraded to meet the requirements of the ISA100.11a standard without any hardware changes.

What Problems Does It Solve?
​The ability to mix and match multiple input types along with a discrete output in a single device reduces the installation and configuration costs involved in using multiple single function devices. In addition, the XYR 6000 Universal I/O Transmitters enhance users’ flexibility to monitor applications that have no access to power, that are remote or difficult to reach and that may require frequent reconfiguration.
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