Interface isolated signal conditioner from Durham Instruments guarantees high accuracyMay 8, 2018 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Interface Force Measurement Solutions has been providing some of the world’s most innovative test and measurement instruments for the past half-century. One of the unique products from this Scottsdale, AZ manufacturer, available in Canada via Durham Instruments, is the ISG isolated signal conditioner, which is recommended for its high level of accuracy.
Interface’s Model ISG Isolated DIN Rail Mount Signal Conditioner is particularly suited to applications involving high noise, with its galvanically isolated power supply.
With multiple output options
The ISG isolated signal conditioner is ideal for manipulating analog signals to meet the requirements of subsequent processing in environmental or structural measurement applications in many industries. Durham Instruments recommends this device for use in general manufacturing, aerospace, automation, food processing, forestry, education, healthcare, the military, mining, packaging, power generation, alternative energy, transportation, and research and development.
This conditioner includes options for multiple outputs, namely plus or minus five or ten VDC and 4-20mA. It also has an adjustable filter ranging from one hertz (Hz) to one kilohertz (kHz), with an optional expansion of up to ten kilohertz. Other notable features of the ISG are as follows:
- Voltage supply of ten to 30 VDC;
- Space-saving narrow housing per DIN EN 50022;
- Compatibility with inputs of up to 4.5 millivolts (mV) per volt;
- Increased dynamics of five kHz-3 dB or ten kHz-3 dB;
- Excitation of five volts less than or equal to 60 MA;
- Power ripple of less than ten per cent, performance ripple of less than 20 mV;
- Ability to operate in temperatures from zero to 60 degrees Celsius;
- Protection level of IP20;
- Screw terminal; and
- Maximum bandwidth of 1,000 Hz.
The ISG isolated signal conditioner is only 23 by 111 by 76 millimetres, making it very easy to handle.
About the companies
Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Interface Advanced Force Measurement produces items for force and torque sensor measurement needs.
Founded in 1977, Durham Instruments is a distributor of electronic quantitative measuring instruments, with headquarters in Pickering, Ont. and three other Canadian locations.
To learn more, contact Durham Instruments.