Signal Conditioning

In electronics, signal conditioning means manipulating an analogue signal in such a way that it meets the requirements of the next stage for further processing. Most common use is in analogue-to-digital converters.

A full range of signal conditioning option which includes amplifiers for all the sensor types, panel meters with integral sensor power supplies, and wireless products. All can be configured to provide a total system from sensor to the final signal required.

Signal conditioning can be used to directly power the sensors and receive an input signal such as accelerometers, strain gages, temperature sensors with cold-junction compensation, however be sure to note the sampling rate required. Generally the signal conditioner provides a small voltage up to approximately 10 volts.

Signal conditioning can be used as part of a data acquisition system to provide monitoring and control. For data acquisition, please refer to our Dewetron website location which includes full details on signal conditioning and data acquisition including power supplies etc.

StrainSense also provide a wide range of Pressure Sensors, Position Sensors and Torque Sensors.

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