signal conditioning


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signal conditioning

[′sig·nəl kən‚dish·ən·iŋ]
(communications)
Processing the form or mode of a signal so as to make it intelligible to or compatible with a given device, such as a data transmission line, including such manipulation as pulse shaping, pulse clipping, digitizing, and linearizing.
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ZMDI's signal conditioning products provide an interface between microcontrollers and analog components, such as sensors.
The data-logger combines signal conditioning, direct sensor connectivity and data acquisition into a small module.
The key is the way in which the inGen signal is generated in the first place--a sensor without the need for any signal conditioning."
Signal conditioning selection depends upon sensor types.
Last June, Hunkar also introduced a new modular signal-conditioning device called Universal Signal Conditioning Multi-DAQ that is said to provide more accurate processing of temperature, pressure, or voltage signals from machine or mold sensors.
Honeywell Sensotec has launched its plug, play and calibrate systems for its sensors and signal conditioning. The system is compliant to IEEE 1451.4 standard for connectivity of sensors and associated signal conditioning.
1451.4-compliant signal conditioning, the sensor, is interrogated for the TEDS information and automatically sets up and calibrates the signal conditioning with the sensor.
A major control system upgrade and refurbishment programme, involving the large scale replacement of obsolescent process controllers and associated signal conditioning modules, was completed recently at Corus Colours Shotton Works on Deeside.
Features include all-laser welded stainless steel design for media isolation; custom ASIC provides signal conditioning for calibration and temperature compensation; standard and customer options available for OEM quantities; 5 volt input with 0.5 to 4.5 volt output; and 8 to 30 volt input with 4-20mA and 1 to 5 volt output.
The SCC family is described as an easy-to-use signal conditioning option for applications that require multiple signal/sensor types and connectivity options.
MADRAS is an integrated Flight Data Recorder and Data Acquisition System that combines signal conditioning modules and signal processing modules in a single box.
The company's instrumentation product handbook features detailed information describing the company's signal conditioning and transmitting products, process indicators and network compatible, controlling block I/O products.

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