ICs Provide Signal Conditioning

April 1, 1999
AM401 and AM402 signal conditioning ICs in SMT or DIP are designed to process the differential output signals (mV) from a wide range of transducers such as pressure sensors, thermistors or RTDs to provide high-level voltage (AM401) or current-loop

AM401 and AM402 signal conditioning ICs in SMT or DIP are designed to process the differential output signals (mV) from a wide range of transducers such as pressure sensors, thermistors or RTDs to provide high-level voltage (AM401) or current-loop outputs (AM402 two-wire or three-wire). Input voltage range is 6 to 35 vdc and fully adjustable outputs using external resistors are 0V to 5V, 0V to 10V, 4 to 20 mA and 0 to 20 mA. Both devices can provide input reference voltage to accompanying transducers and AM401 can provide excitation currents as well. Operating temperature range is -40° to 85° C.

Company: SERVOFLO CORP.

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