AD-4541 Signal Conditioner

The AD-4541 Analog Signal Conditioner device will accept an analog (mV) input from a sensing device such as a load cell, pressure sensor, strain gauge etc and convert it to an output control signal in the form of a voltage (-2v to +2v) or a current (4 to 20mA).

Features

  • Choice of Signal Outputs- (-2V to +2V) , (4mA to 20mA)
  • Simple Calibration- Adjustment by potentiometer
  • Zero Adjustment Range- (-0.5mV/V to + 0.5mV/V)
  • Span Adjustment Range- (0.4mV/V to 3.2mV/V)
  • Simple Installation- Can be snap mounted onto DIN rail or screw mounted
  • Specific DIN Rail Configuration- Spring clips and a recess on the rear housing
  • Spring Clip Terminal Block- No screwing required for wire termination
  • Dimensions: 45mm x 122mm x 24mm per unit

Additional Information

Process Control
Process Monitoring
Speed Control
Dosage Control
Limit Checking
Load Shift Performance

Model & Capacity

Model Capacity Weighing Pan Unit Price
excluding GST
Action
AD4541-I
4mA to 20mA Output
NA $ POA Enquire
AD4541-V
-2V to +2V Output
NA $ POA Enquire
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