The ETR is used to interface any resistance controlled device with a generic control system. The applications may include:
Electric Actuator Control
Resistive Sensor Simulation
Chiller Stage Control
The ETR accepts a generic Analog Output signal (voltage or current) and provides variable resistance output as a simulated potentiometer. The board performs 64 step approximation with about 1.5% output resolution. For high output accuracy the ETR’s resistive array ...
APPLICATIONS Resistance to Current/Voltage Conversion
Voltage to Current/Voltage Conversion
Current to Current/Voltage Conversion
Shrink or Expand Sensor Ranges
Increase Analog Input Resolution
Adapt Non-compatible Signals
The ARM is an analog rescaling module which accepts an analog voltage or current and rescales it to another voltage or current. Several preset ranges are jumper selectable. Trimmer potentiometers can then be used to make fine adjustments on output ranges for maximum flexibility.
The ARM can ...
Typical applications for the ATL include alarms, sequencers, level indicators and environmental controls.
The ATL accepts an analog voltage or current input signal and controls four relays. Each relay has an adjustable trip point which is set by a multi-turn trimmer potentiometer. Each relay is activated when the input signal is equal to or greater than the trip point setting.
The relays deactivate when the input signal is less than the trip point. Common (C), Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC) terminals are available at each relay. The ...
The PTA converts a single pulse-width modulated input to an analog current or voltage output. There are two LED indicators that designate signal and power. A timed contact or solid state closure from the controlling microprocessor controller is converted to a linear analog output with 256 steps of resolution. The last output signal is held until the PTA receives the end of the next pulsed input signal. The PTA's output will not wrap around if an excessively long input pulse is received. Eight preset analog output signals are DIP switch selectable. In addition, the gain and offset potentiometer offer maximum user ...
This is the one transmitter you need to stock for all your maintenance needs. Using your PC and the available software simply program this transmitter for any one of 7 RTD or 13 thermocouple types or customize the calibration linearization at up to 40 points to fit none standard transmitter outputs.
The output signal can be inverted and can be programmed to be linear with temperature or linear with resistance or mV input.
Features include a 7mm central hole for easy spring loading of 1/4" tube, insulating barriers between terminals to prevent shorts and a captive cover on programming pins to keep them clean.