SPECTEC's Model 4029 digital opto-isolated current loop signal conditioner prevents ground loops and interrupts any galvanic signals riding on magnetic speed sensor's output signal.. This signal conditioner converts magnetic, variable reluctance and inductive sensors' sinusoidal signals into a 4-20 mA output suitable for interfacing with process control units, dataloggers, flow controllers, and computers.
The power supply input on the pulse amplifier signal conditioner covers the entire range of commonly used DC power, 7.5 to 30 Vdc regulated, with no selection or adjustment necessary. All inputs and outputs are fully protected against short circuits to supply or ground and reverse polarity supply leads. The circuitry is protected against higher voltages to 50 Vdc.
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Opto-Isolated Current Loop Signal Conditioner Characteristics:
The Model 4029 opto-isolated signal conditioner fits an Elby explosion-proof elbow enclosure for mounting with a wide array of variable reluctance or inductive magnetic speed sensors.
|Freq Range:||Up to 100 kHz (depending on target mass and velocity)|
|Sensitivity:||0 to 30 mVpp or 1 to 12 mVpp|
|Styles:||Model 4029: 1.47” dia. PVC puck
Model 4029-A: 2.25” dia. PVC puck
|Temp range:||-40 to 220° deg F (-40 to 105° C)|
|Output:||4-20 mA current sink or 10-50 mA current sink|
|Vsupply:||4 to 40 Vdc|
Opto-Isolated Signal Conditioner Applications:
Applications of digital opto-isolated signal conditioners are in areas where magnetic speed sensors or VR sensors are used in electrical noise environments.