Transducer Simulator utilizes wire-wound resistors.

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Model TS simulates millivolt-per-volt output of unamplified strain gauge transducer. Input resistance is field-selectable to 350 or 5000 ohms. Output is selectable in 5 ranges of 0.5, 1, 2, 5, and 10 mV/V, and each can be adjusted in 10% steps to simulate output of various transducers. Portable unit is enclosed in weatherproof aluminum case and needs no power supply. It draws its excitation voltage from system being tested.



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Strain Gage Transducer Simulator


The new Model TS Transducer Simulator from Sensotec is an accurate, easy-to-use instrument which simulates the millivolt-per-volt output of an unamplified strain gage transducer. This method is widely used in the troubleshooting, testing and calibration of systems which use pressure transducers or load cells.

The Model TS utilizes precision, wire-wound resistors to insure reliable performance. Input resistance is field-selectable to 350 or 5000 ohms. Output is selectable in five ranges of 0.5; 1; 2; 5; and 10 mV/V, and each can be adjusted in 10% steps to
simulate the output of a wide variety of transducers.

This portable unit is enclosed in a rugged, weatherproof aluminum carrying case and needs no batteries or outside power supply. The unit requires 4.5 to 12 VDC (constant voltage only) and draws its excitation voltage from the system being tested.
Connection is made via binding posts for use with wire or banana jacks.

SENSOTEC, Inc.
2080 Arlingate Lane, Columbus, Ohio 43228, USA
Phone: (614) 850-5000 Fax: 614-850-1111 E-mail: sales@sensotec.com
www.sensotec.com

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