Universal input signal conditioning
This family of signal conditioners offers more than 100 possible combinations in three models.
The IAMS series of universal DIN-rail-mounted signal conditioners are designed to provide complete isolation and conversion capability to satisfy almost any application. The universal input can accept RTD, TC, Ohm, potentiometer, mA, Vdc and process input signals, allowing the units to be connected to most common sensors. They also feature a detachable LCD display/programming module, providing simple push-button programming without the need for difficult-to-use DIP switches or PC tethering.
The signal conditioners feature more than 100 possible input-to-output combinations and are available in three models. The setpoint model allows dual setpoint control capability through dual Form-A relays. The analog model provides a retransmitted analog signal. A third model provides both an analog output and relay control capability.
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