New! 2 or 4-Wire USB-Configured Isolators and Transmitters

New! 2 or 4-Wire USB-Configured Isolators and Transmitters

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The TT230 and TT330 series of space-saving, 2 or 4-wire transmitters and isolators are offered for a range of inputs with sink/source 4-20mA output compatibility. Using isolation, these transmitters protect from surges, noise, and ground loop errors.

New! USB-Configured High-Density Ethernet I/O

New! USB-Configured High-Density Ethernet I/O

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The BusWorks XT series of Ethernet I/O modules support Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP, Profinet and i2o peer-to-peer communication protocols. They monitor and/or control up to 16 discrete or analog devices per unit with a variety of inputs and outputs supported.

Signal Conditioning

What is Signal Conditioning?

Signal conditioning, with respect to process monitoring and control engineering applications, is the practice of preparing a raw input signal for use with instrumentation in a data acquisition and/or control system. The signal conditioning process typically involves one or more of the following steps: isolating, filtering, amplifying, and converting a sensor input signal to a proportional output signal that is transmitted to another control device or system. Sometimes a signal conditioner can perform computation functions such as totalization, integration, pulse-width modulation, linearization, and other math operations on a signal.

Common industrial signal conditioners accept voltage, current, frequency, resistance, or strain gauge input types. Acromag's various signal conditioning instruments are categorized as process transmitters, signal isolators, math/computation modules, panel meters, and remote I/O modules.

For more information, please refer to these resources.

Wikipedia: Signal Conditioning

Intech Magazine: Signal Conditioning Through Time

Application Note: Signal Conditioning - Getting the most for your money

Whitepaper: Introduction to the Two-Wire Transmitter and the 4-20mA Current Loop

Technical Reference: Introduction to Strain & Strain Measurement

More Acromag Signal Conditioning References

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