Universal signal conditioner

  • 25-Oct-2010 09:15 EDT
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The DAQP-STG module from Dewetron combines electric isolation, 300 kHz bandwidth, and universal inputs. The device provides built-in high-precision dc and constant-current sensor supply to enable direct connection of quarter, half, and full bridges; piezoresistive bridges; resistors; potentiometers; and Pt100 to Pt1000 sensors. It can also directly measure voltages to ±10 V. Higher voltages to ±200 V, thermocouples, and IEPE or charge sensors are supported using modular smart interfaces. The module is designed as a high-end bridge amplifier. There are 13 predefined measurement ranges, from ±0.1 to ±1000 mV/V, but any sensitivity can be programmed. NASA’s Kennedy Space Center owns approximately 700 of the modules, which they use to measure vital spacecraft parameters.

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