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OMNI-AMP IIB   OMEGA Engineering, Inc. Data Output Modules #8226; Heavy Duty Case • Batteries will last over 500 hours in continuous service. • 1.5 V Type C (4 per unit, Model Number - MN1400-4) (Spare set of batteries $4) • RM12R-B 3.6 V "AA" Lithium or equivalent (Spare battery $8.25 ea.) • Other specifications and performance...
Bare Series   OMEGA Engineering, Inc. Thermocouple Elements OMEGA thermocouples are precise temperature measuring elements made of the highest grade materials available. They are carefully assembled according to the highest standards set by the industry. OMEGA's thermocouples are checked against standard temperature-millivolt curves to assure calibration...
Model 422   Encore Electronics, Inc. Data Acquisition Systems and Instruments The Model 422 is a rack-mounted dual-channel thermocouple conditioner with cold junction compensation for type J thermocouples. A version for type K is also available, or millivolt signals may be amplified and isolated. The TC input is isolated from the output by up to 3500VDC. Open wiring...
924MB-0900   Acromag, Inc. Signal Converters This signal conditioner is a four-channel analog input module with four discrete outputs. It filters and linearizes thermocouple inputs while providing isolation between input, output, power, and network circuits. Cold junction compensation and upscale
CL540 Series   OMEGA Engineering, Inc. Calibration and Reference Standards The OMEGA ® CL540 Series Thermocouple Simulators simulate a standard thermocouple curve over the entire industrial temperature range. Choose between eight standard T/C types or millivolts. The CL540 Series sources precise temperatures for inputs to all types of instruments such as transmitters...
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