Digital Load Cell Amplifier offers configurable alarm output.
January 31, 2014 -
Housed in compact enclosure with digital display, MAGPOWR Load Cell Amplifier is used to multiply millivolt tension signal to usable 0–10 Vdc and 4–20 mAdc analog output. DIN rail mounted unit features one pushbutton for re-zeroing, programmable filtering of each output, and 3 pushbuttons for setup and calibration. In addition, amplifier offers weightless load cell calibration as well as automatic load cell diagnostics and fault detection.
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Maxcess International c/o Maxcess International
222 W. Memorial Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK, 73126
MAGPOWR Introduces the Digital Load Cell Amplifier (DLCA)
The new Digital Load Cell Amplifier from MAGPOWR is a low-cost, yet powerful DIN rail mounted digital amplifier.
Oklahoma City, Okla. – Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for the web handling industry, has recently announced the release of the MAGPOWR Digital Load Cell Amplifier (DLCA), a low-cost, yet powerful and versatile DIN rail mounted digital amplifier used to multiply a millivolt tension signal to a usable 0 to 10 VDC and 4 to 20 MADC analog output.
The new amplifier features one push button for re-zeroing, programmable filtering of each output, three push buttons for easy setup and calibration, weightless load cell calibration, configurable alarm output and automatic load cell diagnostics and fault indication.
Combine all of these powerful features into a low-cost, compact enclosure with a digital display, and you have an ideal solution when needing a tension reference to a drive or PLC for displaying or controlling tension.
Maxcess helps the web handling industry maximize productivity with convenient access to innovative products and services worldwide. By bringing together the leading brands of MAGPOWR, Fife and Tidland, Maxcess has built an unrivaled network of application experts with more than 170 years combined experience to help customers improve efficiency and production quality anywhere in the world.
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