Four signal conditioner channels in a 1-inch footprint
These multi-channel analog signal conditioners can be used to isolate, convert, boost and split analog signals.
The miniMOORE family of multi-channel analog signal conditioners delivers up to four low-cost I/O channels in a 1 inch (25.4 mm) footprint. Providing 1,000 Vrms input-to-output and channel-to-channel signal isolation, the analog signal conditioner family can be used to isolate, convert, boost and split analog signals. The signal conditioners feature the company’s rugged, industrial metal housings, which provide protection against the unpredictable and harmful effects of radio frequency and electromagnetic interference common in most industrial environments.
The signal conditioners come in compact 2-channel and 4-channel models. The 2-wire (loop) and universal ac/dc 4-wire (line/mains) powered versions accommodate every available industrial power supply. On the 2-channel versions, a conveniently located DIP-switch is used to select analog input types of 4-20 mA, 0-5 V, 1-5 V or 0-10 V. A low-cost 4-channel model accepts 4-20 mA inputs. Both 2- and 4-channel models provide isolated 4-20 mA outputs ready for interface with an indicator, recorder, DCS, PLC or PC-based SCADA system.
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