Analog Transducer supports frequency voltage signals.

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Featuring 6.2 mm thick housing, MINI Analog Transducer converts measured signals into linear current or voltage signal. Common types of inputs include dry relay contacts, NAMUR sensors, NPN and PNP signals. Hot-swappable signal conditioning slices clip onto powering T-bus connector without removing bus bars or bridging. Offering dip-switch programmable setup, transducer provides power circuit range of 9.6–30 Vdc and transmission error of 0.1%.



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Narrow Transducer Provides an Easy-To-Configure and Easy-To-Install Alternative for Frequency Signals



MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Phoenix Contact’s MINI Analog family now includes a transducer designed for frequency voltage signals. Common types of inputs include dry relay contacts, NAMUR sensors, NPN and PNP signals. The transducer converts the measured signals into a linear current or voltage signal. The reduced support requirement makes the MINI Analog transducer an easy-to-configure and easy-to-install alternative to the universal frequency input MCR-F-UI device.



The MINI Analog family has a 6.2-mm-thin housing and T-bus power bus capabilities that save space and drastically reduce installation time. The hot-swappable signal conditioning slices clip onto the powering T-bus connector without removing bus bars or bridging. Optional quick cabling solutions are also available to interface the MINI Analog modules to controllers, greatly reducing installation time.



The MINI Analog transducer features an easy dip-switch programmable setup and a wide power circuit range of 9.6 to 30 V DC. In addition, a low transmission error of 0.1 percent means high-level accuracy for the customer.



About Phoenix Contact

Phoenix Contact develops and manufactures industrial electrical and electronic technology products that power, protect, connect and automate systems and equipment for a wide range of industries. Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany, operates 50 international subsidiaries, including Phoenix Contact USA in Middletown, Pa.



For more information about Phoenix Contact or its products, visit http://www.phoenixcontact.com, call technical service at 800-322-3225 or e-mail info@phoenixcon.com.

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