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T-Series Datasheet

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This datasheet covers all T-series variants:

  • T4
  • T4-OEM
  • T7
  • T7-OEM
  • T7-PRO
  • T7-PRO-OEM

These HTML pages form the complete datasheet, manual, and user's guide for the T4 and T7.  Most information in this datasheet applies to all T4 and T7 variants.  Information about WiFi and the high-resolution ADC (ResolutionIndex = 9-12) only applies to the T7-Pro variants.  There is an OEM section with information specific to the build of OEM versions.





    T-series devices are supported by the LJM library, which simplifies device communication.

    T-series devices use the Modbus protocol, so direct Modbus may be used for communication.

    See here for a full list of software options.

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