Analog I/O Signal Conditioners: microBlox® Video

Acromag’s microBlox uB Series analog I/O modules offer a compact, high-performance solution for interfacing sensors as well as field devices with data acquisition systems.

Click on this video to learn more about the features of Acromag’s microBlox series

uB signal conditioning modules are ideal to isolate, filter, convert and amplify a wide variety of signal types for test, measurement and control systems. Just plug uB modules into 4, 8, or 16-channel backpanels in any mix for a high-density analog I/O interface. Additionally, channel-to-channel isolation offers optimal noise and surge protection from ground loops, spikes, and high common mode voltages.

Easy Setup

Wireless data-logging and configuration with the Bluetooth® technology-enabled microBlox is easy as a result of Acromag’s AgilityTM Mobile App. Therefore, you can perform quick and easy field diagnostics and troubleshooting. Get the Agility app free on Apple® iTunes and Google Play.

Key Features of microBlox uB Analog I/O Modules

  • Variety of input and output ranges
  • Mixes with different I/O types on compact 4, 8, or 16 channel backpanels
  • Either fixed I/O range models or wireless technology user-configurable models
  • Cost-saving commercial-grade versions available for less demanding applications
  • Easy configuration due to Android® and iOS® apps for wireless configuration with a smartphone or tablet
  • Mobile app configures I/O ranges and sets scaling, as well as calibrates and performs diagnostics
  • Optional alarm function with setpoint and deadband control driving 0/5V host output
  • Poll and trend I/O values to shareable charts
  • High accuracy and noise immunity, in addition to stability
  • Both isolated field-to-host and channel-to-channel (1500Vac peak, 250Vac/354Vdc continuous)
  • Over-molded I/O circuits offer superior shock, vibration, moisture, and dust protection
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • UL/cUL Class I, Div 2, ABCD and ATEX Zone 2 hazardous location approvals