3-Channel Signal Conditioner from Dytran

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Dytran Instruments Inc.

The Model 4020 from Dytran Instruments Inc., Chatsworth, CA, is a microprocessor-controlled 3-channel signal conditioner for charge-mode and IEPE sensors. Used with charge-mode sensors, the unit incorporates a charge amplifier; used with IEPE sensors the units incorporate an integral 4 or 10 mA, user-selectable current source with 20 VDC compliance voltage. Programming input and output sensitivity enables automatic amplifier gain calculation with gain selections stored in nonvolatile memory. A microprocessor sleep mode eliminates high-frequency clock noise. The device uses 12-bit DACs for each channel to set amplifier gains from 0.00-999.9 with 0.5% precision.

Contact Info

Company: Dytran Instruments Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 818-700-7818
Fax: 818-700-7880

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