Programmable Excitation Voltage
, Excitation Frequency, Sensor Displacement, and Sensor Sensitivity maximizes sensor resolution, accuracy, and linearity
The Model 620 features a differential zero acceleration output of +/-100 mV and an excitation voltage
of 7 VDC to 16 VDC with a 5 VDC option available.
Megger's TTR20 is capable of accurately measuring high turns ratio of 10,000:1 with the lowest excitation voltage
and excitation current up to 100 mA.
During experimental the excitation voltage
10 V was kept constant, the frequency was variable and the shift of piezoelectric actuator's output link was measured.
of 400 V was used for the production of penetrations.
The sensor emulates the "half-bridge" circuit present in industry-standard pellistor-based sensors that require sensor excitation voltage
(3 to 5 VDC).
This 10 V difference, serving as the excitation voltage
, is stable to within [+ or -]5 [micro]V over a time period of 15 s.
The excitation voltage
range is 1 to 10 V DC @ 120 mA.
Most packaging plants are noise intensive and the AE301S6 was one of the few devices on the market that used an excitation voltage
that was placed on a 600 Hz carrier frequency.
o] represent errors associated with the proportional amplifier, the excitation voltage
, and analogue-to-digital readings from the amplifier, respectively.
The features designed into the Eclipse include: a 1/8 DIN cutout, a NEMA 4x rating, a depth of less than 4" to save panel space, simultaneous calibration of input ranges, removable screw terminals, a universal power supply, and excitation voltage
, among other capabilities.
1 Hz to 10Hz of any other CMOS-based chopper stabilized amplifier, offering best of class performance; -- 1/10 to 1/30 the noise level of the nearest competitive integrated A/D converter solution for the same input range and bandwidth, guaranteeing the user the most bits of error free data; -- 1/25 the offset drift of the most competitive Bipolar instrumentation amplifier, enabling more precise measurements over temperature; -- 1/2 the excitation voltage
(5V versus the industry-standard 10V) required for strain gauge measurements, facilitating the transition to very high-resolution measurements with low drift; -- Highest resolution for ultra low-level signals (>18 bits for a 5 mV input span and 23-bits for a 2.