The transmitter head has two separate junction boxes, one for non-intrinsically safe power supplies, 24-240V AC/DC, and one for the analogue output circuits and digital interface, which can be intrinsically safe, active or passive.
What does NIS stand for?
NIS stands for Non-Intrinsically Safe
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- Newly Independent States
- Nigeria Immigration Service
- NIMA Information Service
- Nippon Ichi Software
- Nishimachi International School (Tokyo, Japan)
- Nitrogen Inerting System (military aviation, fuel subsystem)
- NMCS (Non-Mission Capable Status) Information System (US DoD)
- Noise Information System
- Non-Interactive Sequence (gaming)
- Non-Interventional Study (pharmaceutical development)
- Non-Invasive Sampling
- Non-Proliferation and International Security
- Nonprofit Insurance Services (Hanover, PA)
- Nonproliferation and International Security division (US DOE)
- Normal Metal-Insulator-Superconductor (aka Superconductor-Insulator-Normal Metal)
- Normally in Stock (merchandise)
- Norsk Internasjonalt Skipsregister (Norwegian International Ship Registery)
- Norton Internet Security (Symantec software)
- Not in Service
- Not In Stock
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The transmitter head has two separate junction boxes, one for non-intrinsically safe power supplies, and one for the analogue output circuits and digital interface.