EC: ADC Series Analog to Digital Converter
Machine and Embedded Control - Discrete sensors: ADC Series connect up to eight 4-20 mA loop powered analog sensors, eight separately powered 4-20 mA output sensors or four of each, to produce a digital signal representing 0 percent to 100 percent of each sensor output. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice finalist.
With finger-safe field wiring terminals that are clearly marked for field installation, quick DIN rail mounting and the ability to connect up to eight 4-20 mA analog sensors to produce a digital signal representing 0-100% of each sensor output, the ADC makes it easier than ever to convert analog signals to an industry-standard Modbus output. ADC Series Connect up to eight 4-20 mA loop powered analog sensors, or up to eight separately powered 4-20 mA output sensors, or up to four of each. This will produce a digital signal representing 0-100% of each sensor output.
It is a perfect solution for photovoltaic power production system monitoring. The ADC converter allows for individually ranged devices to interface with the industry standard Modbus RTU serial protocol. The device can accept analog signals from current, voltage or temperature sensors, allowing the installer great versatility and higher accuracy. Designed and built to meet the standards of reliability and ease of use for which NK Technologies is known.
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