Signal Conditioning Systems

Signal conditioning is the conversion of an electrical input signal into another output signal. The purpose is to either amplify or convert the signal in a format that is easy to read by the data acquisition system or machine control. Most analogue signals require some form of preparation before they can be digitised. Typical examples are amplification and filtering. The input types can be voltage, current, strain gauge (full / half / quarter), charge/IEPE, temperature as examples. Our signal conditioning systems are modular and can be expanded at any time. Signal conditioning enclosures can be cabinet mounted or portable and have 16 or 32 module slots with analogue outputs. These outputs can be connected to control systems or data acquisition systems. Our isolated universal input module supports a wide range of input signals with high bandwidth.