Universal Signal Conditioner with 16 channels - USC-N

USC -- Universal Signal Conditioner with 16 channels.

During commissioning or at test stations, the most diverse transducers are often mounted, the task of which is to implement electrical and physical variables and to provide them for evaluation. The transducers are connected as two-, three- or four-pole at the input of the conditioning circuits. From these, the incoming signals are processed and converted into normalized analog signals. If necessary, a conditioning circuit also takes over the power supply of a transducer.
Since it would be technically and economically disadvantageous to provide suitable conditioning circuits for the large number of different sensors, the modules were developed in such a way that as many sensors as possible can be adapted with a limited number of models. Because of this versatility of the modules, it is necessary to configure them for use with a specific sensor. For this purpose, the modules have been equipped with jumpers, solder adapters and other adjustment options. Setting the jumpers correctly is sufficient for standard applications.
All conditioning modules are designed as plug-in cards, suitable for the card magazine of the USC16. Prints on the component side name component designations and matching links.