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A new family of signal splitters configured for easy setup

By Chemical Engineering |

Acromag

Acromag

The new SP230 series of isolated signal splitters/duplicators (photo) are designed for easier installation and setup. Four models, covering a broad range of sensor signals, provide dual 4–20-mA outputs proportional to a single current, voltage or temperature input. A USB connection to a Windows PC or Android device enables simple, precise configuration of I/O ranges and a variety of operational settings with free software. The two-wire instruments include plug-in terminal blocks for quick installation and can acquire power from either output loop. Sink or source output wiring connections are supported. A ruggedized design operates reliably from –40 to 80°C with high immunity to electrical noise and surge protection. UL/cUL Class 1 Division 2, ATEX Zone 2 and IECex hazardous location approvals are pending. — Acromag, Inc., Wixom, Mich.

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