RC58

RC58
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Powering and Isolation of 2-wire transmitters
Description

RC58 - 5 years warranty!

The Transmitter Repeater RC 58 is used for powering of 2-wire transmitters. The 24 V power from the control system is galvanic isolated transferred to the 2-wire transmitter with small voltage drop. Its high level of reliability, extremely compact form, and cost optimized design make the RC 58 the first choice in its class!

Numerous sensible details: For example, because of its extremely small installation depth of only 60 mm, the RC 58 can also be installed in economical standard terminal boxes such as those frequently used for decentralized measuring points. The slim housing with 11.2 mm wide for one or two channels saves significant space on the DIN-rail.

Analog signal processing utilizing the new technology guarantees precise measured values with short response times and outstanding signal reproduction at the output – and all this with unparallel sturdiness and long-term stability of the insulation paths under tough industrial conditions.

To protect both maintenance personnel as well as downstream equipment against impermissibly high voltages, the RC 58 offers Protective Separation in according to EN 61140. The RC 58 requires no additional power supply since the auxiliary power is obtained from the current loop without distorting it. This not only saves costs during installation, but also increases reliability.

  • Cost optimized design
    Economical solution for standard applications

  • Only 60 mm installation depth, 11.2 mm wide
    Can be installed in economical standard terminal boxes

  • Galvanic isolation across input and output
    Protection against erroneous measurements due to parasitic voltages or ground loops

  • High reliability and long-term stability
    New technology for signal processing

  • Protective Separation acc. to EN 61140
    Protects service personnel and downstream devices against impermissibly high voltage

  • No power supply required
    Saving costs since wiring is reduced and line influences are omitted