Pulse converter

  • 27-Jul-2009 11:45 EDT
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Athena Controls offers the APWM series pulse control converter. Designed to mount directly to the input terminals on a 3- to 32-V dc input SSR (solid state relay), the reverse-polarity protected APWM series converts a 4- to 20-mA input signal from a process/temperature controller or computer to a time-proportional output. The 1.75 x 2 x 0.80 in (45 x 51 x 20 mm) converter supports single- or three-phase 50- or 60-Hz operation and tolerates inputs less than 4 mA. Lever clamps are provided on the converter for the 4- to 20-mA input, and the SSR’s power section provides easy connection to the line and load.
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