A quick way to check the EGT probe is to disconnect it from whatever device you are using to read it & put an ohm meter across both output wires (the wire colors are usually red & yellow). If you get an open reading then the probe is probably bad. If you get somewhere between 3 to 12 ohms then it may still be okay.
It is not required, but if desired, a ½ Amp Fast Blow fuse can be used for each module.
No. The loop powered device requires a minimum of 4 mA to supply power to the module.
No. These should not be required for UL listing since the operating current and voltage are below the covered standards.
No. The minimum input frequency range that we offer is 0 to 15 Hz.
Yes, the API 7500G M03.
Yes, the API 4001 G SA-B, but the two RTDs will require very precise matching (±0.1%) and it would be helpful to know the operating temperature point so the factory can calibrate the unit precisely.
Yes, you can connect 2 of our API 1020 G units in series in the 4-20 mA input loop since the input impedance for current is 50 ohms and the drop is very low.
No. The highest outputs available are 100 mADC non-isolated (API 4010 G) and 50 mADC isolated (API 4300 G). The API 4300 G EXTSUP will sink up to 200 mADC with an external power supply.
Yes, however to utilize the charts for selecting the switch positions in the field, we need to convert °F to °C. This would give 550°C to 1100°C