6.2-mm wide analog signal conditioner

Phoenix Contact Mini MCR signal conditioning product family is said to revolutionize isolation, conversion, and amplification.

11/04/2004



Thin 6.2 mm Phoenix Contact analog signal conditioners can "hot swap."

Phoenix Contact Mini MCR signal conditioning product family is said to revolutionize isolation, conversion, and amplification. Space and installation time savings result from a slim 6.2-mm wide housing, and power options, and hot-swap capabilities.

Universally configurable and dedicated versions of the modules are available to convert signals from RTDs, thermocouples, and various analog sensors. A signal splitter, single and multi-channel, loop-powered modules are also available. Custom configuration of range settings and input types add flexibility.

Modules can be powered by an optional system power supply, power terminal block, and T-foot power bus coupler that mount on the DIN rail. Modules are "hot swappable" by snapping onto the T-foot bus connector without removing bus bars or bridging.

All modules feature choice of screw or spring-cage terminals. They have 3-way 1.5 kV isolation and are UL listed Class I, Div. 2 approved (Groups A, B, C, D).

—Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief, Control Engineering, MHoske@cfemedia.com





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