Signal Conditioners Enhance Transmission Reliability

Nov. 11, 2002
The dipos series of analog signal conditioners ensures reliable transmission of thermocouple sensor signals with isolation from resistive, inductive, or capacitive interference. The DIN-rail-mountable modules target ther- mocouple measurement and...

The dipos series of analog signal conditioners ensures reliable transmission of thermocouple sensor signals with isolation from resistive, inductive, or capacitive interference. The DIN-rail-mountable modules target ther- mocouple measurement and control applications in industrial environments. The coded, plug-in module installs easily. It also provides wiring integrity, jumpering capabilities, and a sealed cover to prevent unauthorized access. The thermocouple housings measure 12.5 mm in width and are available in both spring and screw-clamp configurations. They provide 4-kV insulation voltage with a 100% earth connection, if required. They're equipped with circuit status LEDs for monitoring and zero/span adjustment. The units also incorporate cold junction compensation (CJC) and interval jumpering for power bussing. The dipos signal conditioners cost $141.89 each with lead times of four to six weeks.

Wieland Electric Inc.
www.wielandinc.com; (800) WIELAND

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