Digital Transducer Conditioner

May 11, 2006
The E725 dual-channel, networkable digital transducer conditioner has pushbutton controls.

Its powerful microprocessor has an advanced mathematical package for fast peak and valley store; remote/auto zero and signal hold; and user linearization to 10th order. The unit has a large, fivedigit display with 22-bit a/d resolution, high-bandwidth analog output (250 Hz) and RS-232 or RS-485 (optional) digital output for users integrating single or multiple instrumentation networks. The conditioner has four different input cards: an ac input card for LVDT and half-bridge inductive transducers; and three dc input cards that work with strain-gage transducers and amplified dc transducers.

Scientific Marketing Services, Box 309, Minotola, NJ 08341, (800) 334-5838, rdpelectrosense.com

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