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Strain gauge amplifier.

RDP ELECTROSENSE, POTTSTOWN, PA. The DR7DC strain gauge amplifier was developed for simple integration into industrial systems. Fully isolated, the DR7DC is designed to avoid potential ground loop noise problems and is EMC compliant. Operating from a supply voltage of 9 V to 36 V dc, it can be configured for outputs of 0 to 10 V, + 10 V, or 4-20 mA from input signals ranging from 4 mV to 10 V, providing a good solution when integrating industrial load cells and pressure sensors into a control system. The strain gauge amplifier has shunt calibration with remote operation. Transducer excitation is adjustable from 3 to 10 V dc. Non-linearity of 0.02 percent F.S. is typical and operating temperatures range from -10[degrees]C to 60[degrees]C. The D1K7DC provides an output bandwidth up to 5 kHz.



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Title Annotation:NEW PRODUCTS
Publication:Mechanical Engineering-CIME
Date:Sep 1, 2008
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