Signal conditioning is the conversion of a mechanical or 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 or machine control. Most analogue require some form of preparation before they can be digitised. Typical examples are amplification, filtering, and evaluation. The input types can be current frequency, voltage, charge/IEPE, temperature as examples.
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.
PROGRAMMABLE VIBRATION MONITOR DIN-RAIL
Universal Vibration Monitor
PROGRAMMABLE VIBRATION MONITOR DIN-RAIL DIGITAL
M14 Universal Vibration Monitor Digital
MODULAR STACKABLE IN-LINE SIGNAL CONDITIONER
M29 M33 Conditioning Modules for Dynamic Measurements
BENCH TOP & RACK MOUNT SIGNAL CONDITIONERS
M72 Multi-Channel IEPE/Charge Signal Conditioner
RACK MOUNT 8 CHANNEL IEPE SIGNAL CONDITIONER
M208 Multi-Channel IEPE Signal Conditioner
USB SIGNAL CONDITIONER WITH PC DATA ACQUISITION
M312 PC Based Vibration Measuring