Signal conditioners for confined spaces

Phoenix Contact's MINI Pro signal conditioners are 6.2 mm wide and have multiple configuration options, including a DIP switch, PC programmability, or an Android app.

09/29/2014


Phoenix Contact's MINI Pro signal conditioners are 6.2 mm wide and have multiple configuration options, including a DIP switch, PC programmability, or an Android app. Courtesy: Phoenix ContactPhoenix Contact's Mini Pro signal conditioners are designed to save space and make installation and configuration quick and easy for isolation, conversion, filtering or amplification of analog signals. The Mini Pro signal conditioners measure just 6.2 mm wide and have multiple configuration options, including a DIP switch, PC programmability, and Android app compatibility. This is designed to make it easier for engineers to configure the signal conditioners.

The angled housing makes is designed for easier access to the wiring, so that terminations can be made in any order. Integrated test points allow loop testing without disconnecting the circuit. The Mini Pro's Fastcon Pro terminal blocks are clearly visible and easy to install. Each terminal is also keyed, eliminating connection errors.

The T-bus power-bridging system can be used to supply power to multiple Mini Pro signal conditioners without the need for daisy-chain wiring. This speeds up installation and eliminates wiring errors. The Mini Pro signal conditioners have a voltage range of 9.3 to 30 V dc and operating temperature range of -40 to +70 C, making them suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.

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