Press Release Summary:
Model 4325 Super-Smart Digital Signal Conditioner connects directly to strain-gauge transducer and generates Â±10 V analog output along with serial digital output. It compensates for transducer nonlinearities using integrated, 6-point calibration capability, while multi-drop RS232 serial port and command set allow for connection to multiple units in serial network configuration. Unit features 24-bit internal resolution.
Original Press Release:
Low Cost, Mini-Sized Super-Smart Digital Signal Conditioner
Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston, RI, has just announced that their new Low-Cost, Mini-Sized, Super-Smart Digital Signal Conditioner, Model 4325,is currently in production. This unit is available in a small, 5.5 " x 2.75 " x 1.2 " size, or as an even smaller board that can be built into a load cell.
This Super-Smart Digital Signal Conditioner connects directly to a standard strain gauge transducer such as a load cell or extensometer,and generates a +/-10V analog output along with a serial digital output suitable for connection to a computer. The Super-Smart Model 4325 can compensate for transducer nonlinearities using its integrated six-point calibration capability not found in standard signal conditioners.
This compact Model 4325 is ideally suited for in-situ transducer conditioning and distributed process measurements.Its multi-drop RS232 serial port and simple command set allow for connection to a multiple units in a serial network configuration. Features include nonvolatile memory parameter and calibration storage, ability to select between two transducers, multi-point and mV/V calibration, remote sense excitation, and 24-bit internal resolution with 16-bit analog output. This unit is field-programmable for software updates.
For more information contact Dr.Raymond B.Sepe Jr. of Electro Standards Laboratories, 401-943-1164, E-mail: rsepe@ElectroStandards.com
Dr. Raymond B. Sepe Jr.
Electro Standards Laboratories
36 Western Industrial Drive