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LVDT Signal Conditioners
LVDT Signal Conditioners

Macro Sensors broadened its EAZY-CAL MMX Series of mini-module LVDT signal conditioners with a 4-20mA output model that supports process control and factory automation applications often requiring longer cable runs. This user-friendly, single channel signal conditioner is also available with a low noise 0-10V DC output. It can be calibrated in seconds using two front panel push buttons. The elimination of repetitive null and span potentiometer adjustments associated with conventional analog based signal conditioners enables a faster and easier set up. An intuitive, sequencing four LED status indicator guides an operator through the calibration process, and provides foolproof feedback to insure calibration integrity. In addition to a simplistic calibration, the LVDT Signal Conditioners measure 70.36 x85.09 x 17.78 mm, taking up less space than standard size, DIN rail signal conditioners. Compact and lightweight, modules are ideal for installation in locations with limited space. Economically priced for the OEM market, the modules support most manufacturers’ LVDT position sensors with plug and play compatibility and can be remotely located by up to 30 m to facilitate LVDT operation in extreme environments. For multiple channel applications, up to 10 modules can be connected together in master/slave mode to synchronize their excitation oscillator frequency, eliminating effects of heterodyning and spurious beat frequency signals, cross talk, and intermodulation effects.

Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz

Posted on May 24, 2011 - (114 views)
Macro Sensors Div of Howard A. Schaevitz
7300 US Route 130 North Bldg. 22
8110 Pennsauken - USA
+1-856-6628000
+1-856-3171005
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