Digital Signal Conditioner Gets A Facelift

Kaman Measuring’s digiVIT digital variable impedance transducer features a new, user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) for easier setup and connectivity, and cloud-based data access/monitoring. The unit offers a wide array of networking capabilities viable for industrial internet of things (IIoT) applications, i.e., position, vibration, and proximity sensing, part sorting, process control, laboratory testing, engine dynamics testing, and condition monitoring.


The digiVIT is a self-configuring system, capable of performing with nearly any sensor, from any manufacturer, as well as any conductive target. The transducer also features simple pushbutton calibration, temperature compensation, and zeroing, scrolling menus for intuitive set-up and calibration, and Ethernet communication. Also, it is capable of detecting when no sensors or shorted sensors are present. For more info, checkout the digiVIT datasheet.

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