GB-SD-Applications

  • Signal conversion.
  • Filtering of noisy signals.
  • Elimination of the effects of ground loops from distributed process signals.
  • The protection of signals against common mode interferences such as motors, contactors and power line surges.
  • Process signal amplification in situations where the line impedance is too great to effectively drive the required instrumentation.
  • The current input versions have 50 Ω input impedance and add very little additional loop resistance.
  • The outputs can drive loads of up to 500 Ω which is sufficient to drive a measurement loop of several kilometres.
  • Individual channel isolation and the elimination of common mode offsets for non-isolated computer and PLC inputs.
  • Square root extraction.
  • Absolute value conversion.