Mobile measurement module

  • 10-Feb-2012 04:04 EST
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The IPETRONIK M-RTD compact, four-channel analog mobile data-acquisition module is designed to support extreme vehicle testing requirements over an operating temperature range of -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F). Featuring the capability to accept up to four resistance temperature detector (RTD) sensor inputs and four individual RTD current sensor outputs, the IPETRONIK M-RTD provides galvanic isolation on all electrical and data connections with components housed within an ultracompact, lightweight anodized aluminum enclosure. Two unique versions of the system and related input connectors are available to support customer requirements. The enclosure features specially designed dovetail mechanics for use with the IPErack quick-mounting system.

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