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This month we spotlight our new USB-configured signal conditioners and how easy it is to use them. We also have an overview video of our new four-wire transmitters presented by Acromag's Director of Sales and Marketing Don Lupo.
An Ethernet application story written by Amplicon and free exhibit hall passes for the POWER-GEN 2012 Show are also included this month.
For more information, call our sales engineers at 248-295-0880 to discuss your application or request a quote.
New USB-Configured Signal Conditioners and Isolators Speed Setup and Maintenance Tasks
No zero/span pots. No DIP switches. No push-buttons. Just a few mouse clicks and these instruments are ready for precise, trouble-free operation.
Acromag's new TT Series signal conditioners employ easy-to-use software to make short work of tedious configuration and calibration tasks. The key is a USB connector that quickly links these process instruments to your PC. And with the free configuration software, selecting, scaling and testing your input/output ranges is a snap. You can also choose filtering levels and sensor fault actions then download the settings into non-volatile memory for reliable, long-term operation. The saved configuration can later be applied to other units saving additional time.
A number of models are available to isolate and convert a variety of thermocouple, RTD, voltage or current input signal types to proportional voltage or current output signals. Models are offered as a two-wire transmitter with 4-20mA output or a four-wire transmitter with a variety of supported unipolar/ and bipolar voltage or current output ranges.
USB-Configurable Four-Wire Transmitters Video
In this video, Acromag introduces their new PC-configured signal conditioners. These four-wire transmitters offer easy software configuration for universal thermocouple/millivolt, current/millivolt, process voltage, and high voltage inputs with universal current/voltage outputs.
Watch the video USB-Configurable Four-Wire Transmitters.
Ethernet I/O Application Story
Sea freight food monitoring requirements are solved using Ethernet I/O.
Amplicon, an Acromag distributor, was approached by a systems integrator looking for a temperature monitoring systems to watch climates during long distance shipment of perishable goods.