Mount a signal conditioner to a DIN rail where it can convert, reduce, filter, or amplify a signal from a sensor or measuring device to a form that can be read by a processing device, such as digitizing analog signals to be read by a computer.
These signal conditioners protect electronic circuits by isolating input and output signals from each other and from ground in preparation for the next stage of processing. They are typically used in applications where programmable options or loop power are not required.
Program these signal conditioners with a programming module to easily adjust settings and configure the device.
Loop Powered Loop Isolator
These devices isolate and measure the input signal and then reproduce an isolated output signal to send to a processing device to help eliminate unwanted ground loops.