Dataforth Unveils Dynamic New Website

Many months in the making, Dataforth’s new, updated website is dynamic, informative, and user-friendly. From details and specs on the full product line to a rich library of Application Notes, videos, and the latest enewsletters and product releases, it’s all available at your fingertips.

“From the start, our commitment has been to successfully meet customer needs through the ongoing design, development, and manufacture of top quality, affordable industrial electronics,” says Georg Haubner, Sales & Marketing Manager. To demonstrate the depth of this commitment, Dataforth has just extended the warranty for all hardware products, including complete systems, from one year to three years from the date of initial delivery. To see Dataforth’s Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale, go to

Key website navigational categories are Products, Functional Search, Sales & Support, and Literature. Products include:

Signal Conditioners
• 5B 3-Way Isolated Analog Signal Conditioning Modules
• 7B 2-Way Isolated Process Control Signal Conditioning Modules
• 8B Isolated Miniature Signal Conditioning Modules
• 9B Isolated Intelligent Signal Conditioning Modules
• DSCA High Performance DIN Isolated Analog Signal Conditioning Modules
• SCMD Isolated Digital I/O Modules

4-20mA Transmitters
• DSCL and DSCP Loop Isolators and Transmitters
• DSCT Din Rail Mount 2-Wire Transmitters

Data Acquisition & Control Systems
• MAQ® 20 Data Acquisition & Control System
• isoLynx® SLX200/SLX300 Data Acquisition Systems
• Data Acquisition System Builder, which enables online configuration, pricing, and purchase of a data acquisition system
Data Communication Products
• Line Drivers
• Converters
Software Downloads

For additional information, call 800-444-7644 toll-free, email [email protected], or visit our website at

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