Signal Conditioner Supports AC LVDTs

NewTek Sensor Solutions’ NT-C-6000 Quik-Cal LVDT signal conditioner offers an intuitive AC LVDT set-up for quick configuration by non-technical personnel.  Workers can set zero and full-scale output using front panel push buttons while LED indicators provide prompts for the calibration process.   Color-coded plug-in screw terminals further simplify equipment set-up.   These smart signal conditioners even self-diagnose and indicate LVDT failure while providing cybersecurity lockout and tamper detection.

 

Compatible with a range of ac-operated LVDTs and inductive half-bridge LVRTs, the conditioner establishes digital communications via a RS-485 two-wire multidrop bus. The RS-485 port also supports hot swapability of units by saving set-up parameters.  Units offer several user-selectable fields including:

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  • Primary Voltage (1.5 Vrms or 3 Vrms)
  • Excitation Frequency (3.5 kHz, 5 kHz, 7.5 kHz and 10 kHz)
  • DC Output (0-10V DC, 0-5VDC, 0.5 to 4.5VDC, +5VDC, +10VDC or 4-20mA)
  • Digital Address for RS-485 Communication

 

Want start conditioning, but need more details? Peruse the NT-C-6000 Signal Conditioner product brief and download the NT-C-6000 Signal Conditioner datasheet.

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