Temperature Transmitters feature DIN rail-mounting.

Press Release Summary:

Two-wire temperature transmitters, Sitran TR200 and Sitran TR300, do not require additional power supply when connected in 4-20 mA loops. TR200 transmitter is PC configured while TR300 is configured using HART interface. Both devices use diagnostics LED that indicates function status to detect open or short circuits. Transmitters support standard RTDs and thermocouples, as well as resistance and voltage inputs.

Original Press Release:

New, Two-Wire, Rail Mount Temperature Transmitter From Siemens

ATLANTA, Jan. 7, 2007 - Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. today announced the release of two new, two-wire temperature transmitters, the Sitrans TR200 and the Sitrans TR300, designed for rail mounting. When connected in the 4-20 mA loop, these devices need no additional power supply. These devices are now available.

The Sitrans TR200 temperature transmitter is configured using a PC, and the Sitrans TR300 transmitter can be configured using a HART interface. Both devices feature a diagnostics LED that indicates the function status, which quickly detects open or short circuits so they can be corrected. This feature is useful, especially when dealing with a large number of measuring points.

The temperature transmitters support all standard RTDs and thermocouples, as well as resistance and voltage inputs. These new transmitters are suitable for use in all industries. Additionally, the DIN-rail mounting system means that the transmitters can be set up and maintained in a central location away from any harsh environmental conditions. The devices are simple to access and can be easily protected against heat and vibration.

About Siemens
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. is one of Siemens' operating companies in the U.S. Headquartered in the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta, Ga., Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. manufactures and markets one of the world's broadest ranges of electrical and electronic products, systems and services to industrial and construction market customers. Its technologies range from circuit protection and energy management systems to process control, industrial software and totally integrated automation solutions. The company also has expertise in systems integration, technical services and turnkey industrial systems. For more information: www.sea.siemens.com.

Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electrical engineering and electronics, focusing on the three key sectors of healthcare, industry and energy. Founded 160 years ago in Germany, Siemens AG reported sales of $96.6 billion in fiscal year 2007 (ended September 30). Siemens today employs more than 470,000 people in some 190 countries. In the United States alone, Siemens had sales of over $25 billion (including export sales), fueled largely by infrastructure projects and innovative solutions in the industry areas of medical, automation and control, power, transportation and lighting.

Headquartered in New York City, Siemens in the U.S. employs nearly 72,000 people in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. The U.S. is also home to the global headquarters of nine of Siemens' worldwide businesses. For more information on Siemens in the United States, go to www.usa.siemens.com.

Jennifer Seiler
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Michael Krampe
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