Signal conditioning amplifier

  • 03-Aug-2009 03:39 EDT
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Alligator Technologies’ USBPGF-S1 signal conditioning instrumentation amplifier and low-pass filter is a USB-controlled programmable device that is adaptable to various applications and comes in a range of filter characteristics. Each single-channel unit has built-in intelligence to initialize itself from power-up with changeable but nonvolatile configuration and can operate independently in both a turn-key or host computer controlled scenario. The module is compatible with all 12-, 16-, or 24-bit A/D devices and is suited for signal conditioning applications in sound and vibration testing, ultrasonics, acoustics, structural analysis, industrial, and laboratory data collection.
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