E300F4 - Amplifier conditioner converter of signals, analog output
E300F4 amplifier conditioner can be used twofold:
- strain gauge sensor conditioner
- high precision amplifier for low level voltage
Galvanic isolation gives an excellent common mode rejection.
Gain, filter, sensor supply are set up manually (buttons at the front). Each amplifier has a 220VAC supply.
CEMESSA - Datalogger 128 channels with integrated measuring packaging
CEMESSA is a smart 128-channel measuring central unit, with a built-in sensor conditioning system, meeting the constraints of static testing of large aerospace structures in which are located thousands of measuring channels.
This central unit integrates a ratiometric process that makes measures insensitive to lengths of sensor wires. It also has hardware tags, thus allowing the transmission of measures, along with the type and the related conditioner card number, and preventing any risk of ...
E325 - Universal amplifier conditioner converter of signals
E325 is a very flexible programmable amplifier and easy to adapt for the user, whether material or software wise. E325 acquires all types of sensors. All functions are within the card, without any mechanical setting up : the user has direct access through connectors at the rear. Programming and tunning software (included for Windows) treats all configurations. VISA driver is also available....
EPC1-D - Analog preamplifier
The EPC1-D preamplifier is characterized primarily by its low noise level, high input impedance and gain accuracy. An original bias circuit allows to obtain a very low cut-off frequency while maintaining good performance in noise level....
Crack Growth Monitor 3 Channels – 20A (New generation)
The device essentially performs three functions:
- Power supply to the specimen,
- Triggering the measurement,
- Amplification and measurement of the voltage measured on the specimen (X 3 channels) ...
Soon in 2021: E300N – Digital and analog amplifier conditioner
Coming soon in 2021, E300N - Digital and analog amplifier conditioner.
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