Signal converters contain inputs for one type of signal and outputs of another. Features can also include filtering and amplification or attenuation.

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Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) chips transform information from analog to digital form.
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Analog-to-digital converters (ADC) sample an analog signal and convert it to a series of digital values to represent the signal to a computer processor.
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Charge converters and charge amplifiers convert the charge output from a piezoelectric, capacitive or other charge-producing sensor to a signal such as analog voltage or current.
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Current loop converters convert an analog or digital signal to a current loop output such as 4-20 mA or 0-20 mA.
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Current-to-voltage converters scale and convert current signal input to the desired output voltage range.
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Digital-to-analog converter (DAC) chips convert digital signals that represent binary numbers into proportional analog voltages.
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Digital-to-analog converters (DAC) transform a digital number into a corresponding analog voltage or current.
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Frequency converters and translators scale and/or filter frequency inputs to produce outputs signals with frequencies that are a function of the inputs.
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Frequency-to-current converters accept a frequency (an AC signal) and produce an output current whose value is a function of the input frequency.
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Frequency-to-voltage converters accept a signal and convert its frequency to a corresponding analog voltage level.
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Signal converters contain inputs for one type of signal and outputs of another. Features can also include filtering and amplification or attenuation.
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Voltage converters and voltage inverters accept voltage input and provide a scaled voltage output. Conversion types include scaling up a low-level signal, voltage doubling, and inversion (converting a positive voltage to negative and vice versa).
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Voltage-to-frequency converter chips provide a signal frequency output as a function of an analog input voltage.
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Voltage-to-frequency converters accept a voltage signal and convert its analog level to a signal with a corresponding frequency.
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