Dataforth Complies With Latest ISO 9001:2015 Standards

Dataforth’s Quality Management System has been assessed and found in compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, so states Management Certification of North America (MCNA). The certification applies to Dataforth locations at both 3331 E. Hemisphere Loop, Tucson, AZ, administrative, and 6230 South Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ, manufacturing. The certification scope covers the “design and manufacture of signal conditioning, data acquisition and data communications devices.” It is in effect through April 27, 2022.

Dataforth also declared conformity with RoHS 3, Directive (EU) 2015/863, relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain hazardous substances. The RoHS declaration covers the following product families: SCM5B, SCM7B, and 8B modules and backpanels; DSCA DIN signal conditioners, DSCT two wire transmitters, LDM and DCP line drivers and converters, SLX isoLynx data acquisition systems, and MAQ20 modular data acquisition systems.

Dataforth products directly connect to most industrial sensors and protect measurement and control signals and equipment from the dangerous and degrading effects of noise, transient power surges, and other hazards present in industrial environments. For additional information, visit Dataforth, call 800-444-7644, and/or email [email protected].

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