The EPS temperature sensor has been designed for use with the RTA2-2 in potentially explosive atmospheres where ATEX and or IECEx approval is required.

This sensor replaces our standard RTA2-2 room temperature alarm sensor for potentially explosive atmospheres where ATEX and or IECEx approval is required. To meet the requirements of ATEX and IECEx, the RTA2-2 sensor is mounted within a wall mounted diecast aluminium enclosure ATEX and IECEx approved. The housing is also fitted with an approved cable gland for cable entry and an external Earth bonding clamp.

Specification

Size in mm:                                                           100 wide x 100 high x 80 deep
Housing material:                                                Diecast aluminium
Earth bonding:                                                     External earthing clamp
Colour:                                                                  Power coated Grey
Mounting:                                                             Wall mounted
Ratings:                                                                 IK09 and IP66
Temperature Range:                                          0 to 50°C
Distance between sensor and alarm unit:     100m

Housing Approvals
ATEX, IECEx, cULus, CE, RoHS, GOST-R.

Standards
Mechanical Strength: in accordance with 60079-0, impact energy 7 Nm
Protection Class: EN60529, IP66.
Compliance Standard: IEC/EN 60079-0, IEC/EN 60079-7 and IEC/EN 60079-31.
Process Control System: ISO 9001:2008, IEC 80079-34:2011.

 

All the information for this product is in our EPS sensor Data Sheet.

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