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Spacing-saving two-wire transducers and contact voltage source

17 July 2012

A new passive two-wire transducer and a high-precision constant voltage source has been added to the Mini Analogue family of 6.2mm isolation amplifiers, from Phoenix Contact.

The Mini MCR-SL-UI-LP-NC isolation amplifier, powered by the output loop, enables connection to active analogue input modules. It isolates, converts and filters analogue signals from 2mA to 40mA and from 50mV to 30V. On the output side, the isolation amplifier works with a 4-20mA loop.

The DIP switch, which is accessed from the side, allows for quick configuration of the isolation amplifier, without the need for software configuration. A large number of adjustable input signal ranges and zero/span adjustment enable the unit to be used in a wide variety of applications.

The Mini MCR-SL-CVS-24-5-10-NC module delivers precise voltages from 2.5 V DC, 5 V DC, 7.5 V DC, or 10 V DC for use in potentiometers, bridge circuits, and other sensors.


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