Technical Articles

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ECTRON Corporation


ECTRON Corporation has published these technical articles:

(Signal Conditioning)
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A bridge-balance circuit may be used in a transducer-amplifier system to enable precise adjustment of bridge balance. An amplifier's offsets at input and output are important parameters that may be... (View Full Article)
(Signal Conditioning)
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The Split Hopkinson Bar is a device used for testing an object or material's stress and strain under various conditions. Ectron's Model 778 wideband signal conditioner-amplifier has high bandwidth and... (View Full Article)
(Calibration Instruments, Standards and Reference Sources)
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Most thermocouple simulators and dc calibrators have an output resistance of 50 ohms or higher for output voltages under approximately 200 mV. Although 50 ohms seems small compared to a... (View Full Article)
(Signal Conditioning)
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In a guard-dragger amplifier, the preamplifier is tied directly to the guard. Ectron's Model 751ELN amplifier instead uses a common-mode amplifier to drive the preamplifier circuitry, eliminating much... (View Full Article)
(Signal Converting)
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Simply put, a frequency-to-voltage converter is a fancy tachometer that produces an analog output representing the frequency of an applied ac input signal. With an input frequency range of 1 Hz to... (View Full Article)
(Signal Conditioning)
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High-frequency common-mode noise may be introduced into a data-acquisition system from a variety of sources, including fluorescent lights and switching power supplies. The excellent high-frequency... (View Full Article)
(Signal Conditioning)
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DC instrumentation amplifiers are simple devices, used to modify signals in some specified way. However selecting amplifiers can be difficult, because specification terminology is neither widely... (View Full Article)

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