The EE451 measures accurately the temperature indoors and outdoors in building automation, HVAC and process control and enables weather-dependent temperature regulation.
The T measured data is available on the voltage or current output, as well as on the RS485 interface with Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TP protocol. In addition, EE451 features a wide choice of sensing elements for passive T measurement.
The compact and robust enclosure allows for easy and fast installation and unbiased detection of ambient temperature.
An optional adapter and the free EE-PCS Product Configuration Software facilitate the setup and adjustment of the EE451.
- IP65 / NEMA4
- External mounting holes
- Bayonet screws
- Mounting bracket
-40…70°C (-40…158 °F)Operating temperature
±0.3 °C (±0.54 °F)Accuracy active output
0-10 V or 4-20 mAAnalogue output
RS485 with Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TPDigital interface
IP65 / NEMA 4Protection class
24 V AC/DCSupply
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EE451 Datasheet(840.33 kb)
Scaling of the outputs(252.78 kb)
EE-PCA Product Configuration Adapter(790.77 kb)
EE4x1 Quick Guide Digital Interface(584.95 kb)
EE4x1 PICS - BACnet Protocol Implementation(245.97 kb)
Relabeling in case of product configuration change(1339.66 kb)
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What is the difference between a 2 wire and a 3 wire current output?
Transmitter with "two-wires" technology receive the power from the process, and the signal is carry on return wire (closed current loop). With technology "three-wires" the power supply is separate from current output: 2 wires are the power supply and third carry the signal.