Signal Conditioners feature self-calibrating circuitry.

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Measuring 6 mm wide, DIN rail mounted Signal Conditioners are available in programmable multi-function units or single input/single output models. Series includes analog converters and isolators, RTD and thermocouple converters, analog-to-frequency signal converters, and threshold modules. Programmable via dip switches, conditioners are available for use with 24 Vdc supply. Accuracy is .1%, making devices suited for demanding process control applications.



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NEW High Density Signal Conditioners



Mechanicsburg, PA - Automation Systems Interconnect Inc. (ASI) is pleased to announce the introduction of a new complete line of signal conditioners. The new line includes analog converters and isolators, RTD and thermocouple converters, analog to frequency signal converters and threshold modules. These din rail mounted modules are as narrow as 6mm thereby saving space in the cabinet. The customer has the option of either programmable multi-function units or single input/single output models. Programming has been simplified with the use of dip switches and the units feature self calibrating circuitry. In addition, the units are available for use with a 24 vdc supply or unique wide range input models are available which will operate off of 24-240 Vac/dc. Accuracy of these high quality low-cost modules is .1% making them compatible for use in the most demanding process control applications. The RTD and Thermocouple signal conditioner modules are suitable for the popular PT100 RTDs and the J and K thermocouples. Both units are programmable covering a very wide temperature conversion range

Specifications and prices along with product details can be found on ASI's website. All of the ASI new signal conditioners can be ordered Direct Online with a saving of 20 - 50% by going to www.asi-ez.com For additional information please contact ASI at P.O. Box 1340, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055, by calling 1-877-650-5160, or by visiting their website at www.asi-ez.com.

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