Signal Conditioning

A signal conditioner is a device that converts one type of electronic signal into another type of signal. Its primary use is to convert a signal that may be difficult to read by conventional instrumentation into a more easily read format.
How it works
Signal conditioning can perform a wide range of processes required to make sensor output suitable for processing include amplification, filtering, converting, range matching, isolation. The input from a sensor is connected to the signal conditioner, which is then able to convert the specific input type into a signal that produces the necessary output type for the instrumentation used.
Types of Signal Conditioning
• DIN Rail Mount - a DIN Rail mount signal conditioner mounts on a DIN Rail bracket and are very popular in industrial applications since they provide a rugged mounting format.
• Backplane Mount Conditioners - The backplane style provides the advantage of all output signals being accessible through a single common connector. Backplane signal conditioners are often used with data acquisition systems.
• Digital Sensor Signal Conditioners - The output of a digital signal conditioner is converted to a digital format such as RS232, RS485 or Ethernet. Digital signals provide a high degree of immunity from electrical noise, and can also support extended transmission distances.

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Description Price Input Type Output Type Signal Conditioner Type Input Range Output Range Supply Voltage Mounting Type Sensor Compatibility Minimum Operating Temperature Maximum Operating Temperature Hazardous Area Certification Interface Module Type Number of Channels
RS庫存編號 775-3893
Voltage Current Voltage to Current 55 → 5000 mV ±10 V dc, ±20 mA 10 → 30 V dc DIN Rail - 0°C +60°C - - - -
RS庫存編號 646-561
Voltage Voltage Voltage to Voltage 0.5 → 750 mV/V 5 → 10 V dc ±15 V PCB Mount LVDT 0°C +70°C - - - -
RS庫存編號 910-8166
Voltage Analogue Voltage to Analogue - - - - - - - - - - -