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voltage amplifier voltage amplifier - MX1601B


  • Type:

    voltage, current

  • Secondary function:


  • Other characteristics:

    low-noise, precision, isolated, 16-channel

  • Voltage:

    100 mV, 10,000 mV, 60,000 mV

  • Current:

    20 mA


High-End Measurement Quality at an Attractive Price per Channel
The QuantumX MX1601B measuring amplifier convinces through the 16 channels it provides and its high precision, which make it the ideal choice when it comes to complex measurement tasks in research and development.

QuantumX MX1601B Measuring Amplifier: 16 Channels for Precise Measurement up to 0.03%
The QuantumX MX1601B measuring amplifier processes common measurement quantities, mainly physical, mechanical, thermal, hydraulic, and pneumatic quantities. It is particularly well-suited for universal measurement tasks in research and development, e.g. for applications in the aerospace as well as in the automotive and machine building industries. The 16 electrically isolated, individually configurable channels provided by the QuantumX MX1601B make it unique in the industry and the ideal fit for three-dimensional measurements with accelerometers. The QuantumX MX1601B has measuring inputs for voltage (±100 mV; ±10 V; ±60 V), current (20 mA), and current-fed, piezoelectric IEPE sensors. Due to its active low-pass filters, the measuring amplifier provides low-noise, high-resolution results up to accuracy class 0.03. It is fully compatible with all QuantumX modules and very easy to integrate – also in the control cabinet. It is ready for immediate use and requires no soldering of contacts due to push-in connector technology. Additionally, TEDS enables the sensors to be quickly and conveniently integrated with the measurement chain. QuantumX MX1601B offers high-end quality technology at a very attractive price per channel.

Accuracy class: up to 0.03
Sample rate: up to 20,000 Hz per channel