Signal Conditioning Systems
Signal conditioners are devices that convert one type of electrical signal into another. The signal conditioning systems will amplify, provide linearisation, range match, filter and provide electrical isolation as standard. There are many applications for this type of signal conditioning system. Applications include aerospace, automotive, defence, motorsport, power, railway, research institute and university test beds.
All sensors are powered by the Signal Conditioner system. There are a full range of channels used to control the signals. Input modules are available for voltage, current, bridge (full / half / quarter), IEPE, charge, resistance, and thermocouples.
All systems are modular and can be expanded at any time. Each connected module can control a channel. Signal conditioning enclosures can be cabinet mounted or portable. All systems have standard analogue outputs. These outputs can be connected to control systems or data acquisition systems.
All input modules are isolated and have high bandwidth. For dynamic modules this is up to 300 kHz. Low voltage, high voltage and strain gauge bridge modules are available with 2 MHz bandwidth. Low pass filter frequency is user configurable.