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.

By Control Engineering Staff May 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.

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