Signal Conditioners

Calibration Conditioner designed for load cells.
Signal Conditioners

Calibration Conditioner designed for load cells.

Microprocessor-based Model SC2000 AM provides 1 or 2 channels and is calibrated against 8.5-digit, traceable digital voltmeter. Conditioner presents test and reference load cell measurements on split-screen display. Its 22-bit processor offers 19 bits of resolution that measures signals from up to 2 load cells. Unit connects to computer running load cell calibration software to generate...

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Signal Conditioner accepts bridge/strain gauge input.
Signal Conditioners

Signal Conditioner accepts bridge/strain gauge input.

DIN rail mount model WV448 utilizes TouchCAL(TM) technology and provides proportional, selectable DC output. Powered by 9-30 Vdc, unit is field configurable via DIP switches for bridge/strain gauge inputs from ±5 to ±200 mV. Excitation voltage range is 1-10 Vdc @ 120 mA, and outputs can be field-configured for DC signal ranges of 0-10 V, 0-20 mA, or 4-20 mA. All ranges have zero and...

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Capacitive Signal Conditioners support up to 16 channels.
Signal Conditioners

Capacitive Signal Conditioners support up to 16 channels.

Models 478A16 and 478A17 offer operation of 16 simultaneous channels in one 19 in., rack-mountable chassis. Building block architecture permits addition of features such as gain, filtering, output channel switching, keypad adjustment and control, DC voltage operation, RS-232, and IEEE-488 computer interface. Available in 100-240 Vac power, products support daisy linking of multiple chassis and...

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Signal Conditioners offer 3 selectable charge sensitivities.
Signal Conditioners

Signal Conditioners offer 3 selectable charge sensitivities.

Series 481 (Option 481-486) Multi-Channel Signal Conditioners allow 1 of 3 charge sensitivities to be selected through single input, using computer or keypad control. Sensitivities include 0.1, 1.0, and 10 mV/pC. Units prepare measurement signals from piezoelectric sensors for input to recording or analysis instrumentation, and are available in 8- or 16-channel configurations. All models install...

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Signal Conditioner eliminates need for power supply.
Signal Conditioners

Signal Conditioner eliminates need for power supply.

WAVEANALOG 2OLP dual output, loop-powered signal conditioner splits current input signal and isolating control signals while deriving power to operate from output 4-20mA current loop. It uses one 4-20 mA input to produce two 4-20 mA outputs. Product utilizes screw or tension clamp connection technology, and features pluggable connectors for quick installation. Isolation is provided between...

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Signal Conditioners

Indicator/Conditioner offers auto setup for 25 load cells.

Model 4215 Smart Load Cell Indicator/Conditioner measures and controls strain-gage transducer based systems. It combines force channels, encoder position channels, print capabilities and RS232/485 serial communications. Microprocessor-based unit features ±999,999 display range, 24-bit resolution, and 0.005% nonlinearity. It includes 2-line vacuum fluorescent display, auto load cell...

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Dual-Mode Amplifier works with various vibration sensors.
Signal Conditioners

Dual-Mode Amplifier works with various vibration sensors.

Multi-function 443B01 signal conditioner offers menu-driven display with keypad or RS-232 serial communication. Logical operation adjusts input sensor sensitivity, gain, and charge conversion with 4-digit accuracy. Additional offerings include selectable low and high pass filtering, sensor fault detection, and sensor and amplifier overload detection. With modular architecture, product is suited...

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LVDT Signal Conditioner operates from 24 Vdc.
Signal Conditioners

LVDT Signal Conditioner operates from 24 Vdc.

Suited for factory locations where space and power sources are limited, single-channel, DC-operated model LVC-2402 operates from 24 Vdc. Unit offers three user-selectable analog outputs: 0 to ±10 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, or 4 to 20 mA current output in 3- or 4-wire current loop configuration. Input power is fully isolated from analog outputs, and LVDT excitation frequency is available as 3, 5, or...

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Signal Conditioner features TouchCAL(TM) technology.
Signal Conditioners

Signal Conditioner features TouchCAL(TM) technology.

Action Pak® Model AP4003-0001 socket-mount, isolating signal conditioner is field configurable for any 3-wire potentiometer input from 100 W to 100 kW, and provides selectable DC outputs of 0-10 V, 0-5 V, 0-20 mA, and 4-20 mA. Configuration via DIP switches enables maximum setpoint resolution. TouchCAL(TM) technology uses microprocessor to enable up to 80% adjustment of zero and span and...

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Signal Conditioning Module adds TEDS support.
Signal Conditioners

Signal Conditioning Module adds TEDS support.

Model WBK18(TM) offers 8 channels of dynamic signal input for WaveBook(TM) systems. It provides all signal conditioning and biasing required to accept accelerometers, sensors, microphones, or other dynamic input source. All channels are sampled simultaneously to insure phase matching between channels. Up to 8 units can be attached to one WaveBook for total ICP® sensor capacity of 64...

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