Tecsis’ New Model UDA Signal Conditioner/Amplifier for Strain Gage Transducers

Tecsis’ New Model UDA Signal Conditioner/Amplifier for Strain Gage Transducers
Tecsis GmbH (Germany) - Versatile, full-featured amplifier with DIN-mount convenience.

Tecsis introduces the new Model UDA, a universal signal conditioner and amplifier designed for use with all full bridge, strain gage-based transducers. Model UDA’s amplified output is user-selectable for ±5Vdc, ±10Vdc, or 4-20mA. This versatile unit features selectable excitation of 2.5 or 5.0Vdc bridge voltage and requires a supply voltage between 11 and 28Vdc to adapt to industrial, process, or mobile environments.

Model UDA includes coarse and fine zero and span adjustments and a symmetry adjustment for applications requiring precision for both tension and compression load cells. The configurable low pass filter actively removes unwanted high frequency signal components and eliminates aliasing errors. Model UDA is perfect for load, force, torque, or pressure sensor applications requiring stable, repeatable and noise-free analog signals for control or data acquisition.

The unit is housed in a rugged, DIN-mountable enclosure with a clear panel protecting the front-accessible controls. Screw terminals provide connection for power, analog output, shunt calibration, and sensor signals.

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