Signal amplifier E325

signal amplifier
signal amplifier
Add to favorites
Compare this product


Secondary function
conditioning, acquisition
Other characteristics
programmable, modular, rack-mount, multi-channel

500 V


APPLICATIONS Acquires very low signals in disturbed areas needing galvanic isolated amplifiers. All types of measuring with universal acquisition card: temperature, distortion, pressure, force, acceleration, displacement… DESCRIPTION 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. TECHNICAL FEATURES Main features Battery saving of RAM configuration setting Automatic calibration of the channels Modular organization for each channel 16 channels for a 19”3U rack IEEE-488 bus and serial link RS-232 programmable The following functions are available within each card, without any mechanical tunning: Filtered and non-filtered output High pass/ low cut filter Temperature masuring: platinium sensor, thermocouple Bridge mounting complements: ¼, ½, 60W, 120W, 350W, 1000W Sensor power supply in voltage or current (for strain gauge, piezoresistant sensor, potentiometer…) Amplifier for high/ low signal level (gain from 0.1 to 20,000) Input / output galvanic isolation ±500V, with excellent common mode rejection CARACTERISTIQUES TECHNIQUES Principales caractéristiques Programmable par bus IEEE488 et par liaison série RS 232 16 voies par Rack 19 " 3U Organisation modulaire de chaque voie Calibration automatique des voies Sauvegarde des configurations en RAM secourue par pile
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.