Product Review: Endress+Hauser Thermophant T TTR35

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Product Review: Endress+Hauser Thermophant T TTR35

Time to review a new product! Today I decided to check out the Thermophant T TTR35 from Endress+Hauser, another device for hygienic segments like life science or food and beverage. We know these industries encounter tons of challenges, so they need options with all the approvals, connections, and other stuff for regulations.

Let’s figure out the pros and cons of fitting this device to your process. Stick with me and we’ll dig up all these points together.

Disclaimer: This product review examines only features, not performance. If you’ve used this device, feel free to share your experience in the comments. This content serves the purpose of providing information if you want a new device.

Whatcha got there?

As usual, we’ll start with the device design and its basic features. The compact Thermophant T TTR35 fits in all kinds of places and doesn’t cost a lot. By the way, model TTR35 takes care of hygienic applications. TTR31 works for more general processes. Don’t get them mixed up!

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The TTR35 has a good and simple interface, providing a smooth configuration during its commissioning. It has a display for your process and menu data, and you can set it up using the operation keys.

It also has several LEDs for status alerts. Green means OK, red means error or fault, and red-and-green blinking means warning. The yellow LED lets you know if the switch is closed (on) or open (off). If you have FieldCare or ReadWin 2000, then you can use the communication jack to connect the Thermophant to your computer.

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What can it do?

The Thermophant T TTR35 works as a temperature switch for hygienic applications using Pt 100 (class A as per IEC 60751). So if you work in a food and beverage or life science company, this device could help you. Let’s check its features and see.

First, you can measure, monitor, or control temperature in hygienic processes. This model offers an extensive list of hygienic connections, such as Varivent F and N, DIN 11851, and APV inline. Second, the TTR35 can measure from -50 to 150 °C (-58 to +302 °F) or -50 to +200 °C (-58 to +392 °F) with a neck.

Now, let’s review how to integrate this device in your control system. You can power it up with 12 to 30 volts of direct current, and it can have two PNP switch outputs or one PNP and one analog output. So you can integrate it in tons of applications.

Why should I care?

If you want a compact, low-budget temperature switch for a clean process, then you should consider the Thermophant T TTR35. It has tons of connections and certificates to cover most of the requirements for these industries.

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Furthermore, you can also get different insertion lengths and diameters. Best of all, if you have special requirements, then put in a request with your sales rep and you might get a device built to your specs.

Conclusion

In general, the Thermophant T TTR35 offers a lot of possibilities at a good price. If you want more technical details, then visit the device page in our shop here. If you want to see similar devices from other brands, then look on the right for more options with all technical data necessary for a detailed comparison.

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