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The strain gauge converter DAT5025 is designed to provide a voltage or current output linear and proportional with the input voltage coming from the output of a strain gauge or bridge transducer.
The user can program the bridge excitation voltage value, the input and the output ranges by the DIP-switches located on the side of device.
The regulation of Zero and Span values is made by the ZERO and SPAN potentiometers located on the top of the device.
The 2000 Vac isolation between Input, power supply and output eliminates the effects of all ground loops and allows the use of the converter in heavy environmental conditions found in industrial applications.
The DAT5025 provides on the output side an auxiliary supply source to connect both active and passive loads.
It has been made in compliance with the EEC/336/89 standard on the Electromagnetic Compatibility.
It is housed in a plastic enclosure of 12.5 mm thickness suitable for DIN rail mounting in according to EN-50022 and EN-50035 standards.
|Input:||+/- 5mV,+/- 10mV,+/- 20mV,+/- 50mV,+/- 100mV,+/- 200mV, 0-10mV, 0-20mV, 0- 50mV, 0-100mV, 0-200mV.|
|Output:||Voltage 0-10V, 0-5V, 2-10V, 1-5V.
Current 4-20mA, 0-20mA.
|Power Supply:||18 to 32 Vdc. Reverse polarity protection 60 Vdc.|
|Current Consumption:||Current output 35 mA max. Voltage output 25 mA max.|
|Temperature rating:||Operative- 4°F +158°F - 20°C +70°C|
|Temperature Storage Temperature - 40°F +185°F - 40°C +85°C.|
|Humidity:||(non condensing) 0-90%.|
|Dimensions:||3 1/2" x 4 1/2 " x 1/2", 90 x 112x x 12.5 mm.|
|Weight:||3 oz 90 g.|
|EMC.||For industrial environments.|
|Immunity: EN 61000-6-2.|
|Emission: EN 61000-6-4.|
|Configuration:||PC Configurable and DIP Switch Configurable|
|- In||Terminals I|
|+ In||Terminals G|
|Excitation +||Terminals E|
|Excitation -||Terminals F|
|Gnd 1||Terminals R|
|Output Current Active||Positive +V O Negative -V M|
|Output Current Passive||Positive +V P Negative -V M|
|Output Voltage||Positive +V N Negative -V M|