PRECISION FILTERS, INC. LAUNCHES SIGNAL CONDITIONING PRODUCT LINE FOR NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS COMPACTRIO

Ithaca, NY – September 26th, 2014 Precision Filters, Inc. introduced a new family of high-performance signal conditioning modules last month at NIWeek 2014 in Austin Texas, adding unprecedented function and performance for measurement systems built on National Instruments™ rugged, compact, low-power cRIO™ platform. The four analog input/output modules condition charge, bridge, dynamic strain, IEPE or voltage-based sensors. With the supplied LabView™ driver VI, you can integrate PFI™ signal conditioning module technology with proven NI™ voltage input A/D modules to build a complete high-performance sensor measurement system for charge, voltage, bridge and dynamic strain.

Precision Filters’ Analog Transducer Conditioning Modules for CompactRIO

For applications where a rugged, low-power, compact stand-alone signal conditioning system is required as a front-end for a data acquisition system, the new signal conditioning modules can be housed in low-cost 4-slot or 8-slot chassis and controlled by PFI’s Graphical User Interface software with no code development needed by the end-user. Count on PFI’s dependable signal conditioning expertise for precise measurements.

Stand-Alone Analog Signal Conditioning Front-End Controlled by PFI Graphical User Interface Software

All modules feature fully programmable gain and excitation and are equipped with Precision Filters’ Test Input for inserting calibration signals at the module input allowing full end-to-end verification. Real time sensor parametric health is continuously measured and reported “on-the-fly”. The desired module power-up state may be saved to non-volatile memory enabling use in CompactDAQ™ systems. For more information please visit www.pfinc.com or call 607-277-3550.

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