Instrumentation Amplifier LVDT and RVDT Signal Conditioners Datasheets

DSCA43 General Purpose Input Signal Conditioners, with DC Excitation
from Dataforth Corporation

Each DSCA43 general purpose input module provides a single channel of transducer input which is filtered, isolated, amplified, and converted to a high-level voltage output. Signal filtering is accomplished with a five-pole filter which is optimized for step response. An anti-aliasing pole is located... [See More]

  • Data Acquisition: Input Module; Input/Output Module; Filter; Instrumentation Amplifier; Signal Isolator
  • Analog Channels: 1
  • Form Factor: DIN Rail
  • Differential Channels: Yes
LVDT Signal Conditioner -- LDX-2
from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.

The LDX-2 linear displacement transmitter is a two-wire, 4 to 20 mA conditioner for ac LVDT transducers. It is designed for use where long transmission distances are required before the signal can interface with a controller or meter. A feature of two-wire operation is its low susceptibility to... [See More]

  • Data Acquisition: Input/Output Module; Instrumentation Amplifier
  • Inputs: L/RVDT; Transducer
  • Form Factor: DIN Rail
  • Excitation: Voltage
626 LVDT Amplifier with Sum/Average/Difference Calculation
from RDP Electrosense

Signal conditioning is required where the output of a transducer needs to be boosted or changed into a form suitable for the monitor or logging device which will be used. A very wide range of gain adjustment ensures that our amplifiers are compatible with the vast majority of LVDT and strain gauge... [See More]

  • Data Acquisition: Instrumentation Amplifier; Sample-and-Hold Amplifier (optional feature); MUX; Bridge Conditioner; Digital-to-Analog Converter
  • Analog Channels: 2
  • Form Factor: Modular Bay or Slot System
  • Differential Channels: Yes
LVDT Conditioner -- Model 147
from Encore Electronics, Inc.

The Model 147 is a signal conditioner for LVDTs which require DC excitation. It features input signal suppression and an internal DC calibration voltage source. Each module has a 4 ½ digit LCD display, switch-selectable to show. excitation, calibration voltage, or amplifier output. Two- and... [See More]

  • Data Acquisition: Instrumentation Amplifier
  • AC Voltage: 115 V AC +/- 10%
  • Form Factor: Modular Bay or Slot System
  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz

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