Analog input module Z-SG2
Modbus RTUModbusserial

analog input module
analog input module
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Signal type
Modbus RTU, Modbus, serial
for strain gauges
Other characteristics


Z-SG2 Strain gauge input module with advanced features Z-SG2 is a load cell converter (strain gauge). The measurement carried out with the 4 or 6-wire technique, is available via ModBUS RTU serial protocol or via the analog output. The strain gauge can be directly powered by the instrument. The load cell calibration is managed by EASY SETUP software in the factory calibration or sample weight mode. Z-SG2 is equipped with ESD discharge protection up to 4 kV. Z-SG2 differs from the Z-SG version for advanced functions (piece counter, automatic tare reset, threshold alarm, firmware automatically updatable) and flexible measurement management mode (measurements available both in full and floating-point, measurement stabilized through noise filter, configurable resolution). The configuration is via software, while baud rate and ModBUS address via DIP-switch. TECHNICAL DATA POWER SUPPLY10..40 Vdc, 19..28 Vac (@50..60 Hz) POWER CONSUMPTION2,5 W INSULATION1.500 Vac a 3 vie ACCURACY CLASS0,01% STATUS LEDPower supply Error Tx Data Rx Data INPUT CHANNELS1 analog channel for reading (and power supply) up to 4 (350 Ω) or 8 (1,000 Ω) strain gauge load cells, 4 or 6-wire connection, equivalent impedance 87 Ω 1DI tare calibration or weight threshold OUTPUT CHANNELS1 analog retransmission channel of the net weight in current (0...20, 4...20 mA) or in voltage (0..5, 0..10 V); 1DO tare calibration or weight threshold ADVANCED FEATURESTare acquisition Stable weighing signaling via Modbus Tara Silos function Counting function Tare reset function


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