Signal conditioning instruments for DAQ

Edison, NJ—New family of high-performance, programmable signal conditioning instruments from Daytronic Corp. is a multifunctional product line that can serve as stand-alone devices or be combined for specific data acquisition applications.

05/23/2006


Edison, NJ —New family of high-performance, programmable signal conditioning instruments from Daytronic Corp . is a multifunctional product line that can serve as stand-alone devices or be combined for specific data acquisition applications.

Information Control, Process Control

Signal conditioning instrumentation from Daytronic Corp. features color touchscreen and automated setups. Multifunctional product line can serve as stand-alone devices or combine for specific data acquisition applications.

Compact 5D Series module is self-contained and easy to configure. It features pluggable screw-terminal connectors for easy installation and I/O field wiring. It can be used as an individual or in-line signal conditioner to provide stable, repeatable measurement results within an environment of mechanical or electrical noise. Model is adaptable to a range of sensors with minimal module selection required.

The 3000Plus panel meter is a modular, field-scalable indicator with operator-programmable signal processing and PC/PLC communications. It features secure screw terminals for power and I/O connections, making it suitable for pump, motor, hydraulic and other high-noise monitoring applications. Auxiliary output may be used for continuous limit monitoring with TTL-level relay outputs, tare offset, and high-speed peak capture and hold.

Low-noise DataNode 16 hosts up to 16 mixed 5D conditioner modules to create a stable front-end device for acquiring, recording, and transmitting data. Each external chassis is a software-configurable, multi-channel system for brining low-level sensor signals to multiple plug-and-play devices. Instrument also features cross-channel calculations, continuous dual limit monitoring, and two independently programmable history recorders.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel , senior editor





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