Filter signal conditioner

  • 31-Mar-2008 07:19 EDT
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Endevco’s model 4999 low-pass filter signal conditioner features individual input ground isolation to eliminate ground loops often encountered with multiple channel measurements. The 16-channel, 2U rack-mounted model 4999 offers an ultra-low-noise design in a four- or six-pole low-pass filter conditioner that supplies excitation current to IEPE (ISOTRON, ICP)-type sensors and remote charge convertors. Although ultra-low broadband noise is specified at <30µV RMS, the model 4999 actually measures at <15µV. The model 4999 is suited for applications such as rotating machinery test cells and the nuclear services industry, among others, where a very low noise floor is required.

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