Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 56, Issue 6, June 2005: Product News

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CellMite Model 4325A Intelligent Digital Signal Conditioner Hassle Free Strain Gage Direct to PC

 

Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston, RI, just announced a new addition to the CellMite Product Line, Model 4325A. CellMite Model 4325A connects directly to a standard strain gage, such as a load cell, extensometer, or pressure sensor, and simultaneously generates a serial output for connection to a PC as well as a +/-10V analog output.

 

CellMite M4325A is highly accurate with 24-bit internal resolution. Calibration includes 2 pt., mV/V calibration, 6 pt. Linearization Calibration, 2 pt. Shunt. CellMite M4325A offers internal temperature compensation. The unit offers scalable 16-bit +/-10V analog output. The sample rate is 60 samples/sec. Functions include tare, peak and valley. Units include Lb., Kg., In., Cm., %, and User-Defined.

The CellMite M4325A compensates for transducer nonlinearities using its integrated 6-point calibration. Its multidrop RS232 serial port and simple command set allow for connection of multiple units in a serial network configuration. The CellMite M4325A features a nonvolatile memory for parameter and calibration storage, the ability to select between three transducers, multi-point and mV/V calibration, remote sense excitation, and a 24-bit internal resolution with 16-bit analog output.

Optional CellView Lite software guides the user through all phases of setup and sensor calibrations. With CellView Lite the user can setup a test to start and stop automatically. Data can be saved to spreadsheets.

 

 

Contact:

 

Jeannette Gouin,

Electro Standards Laboratories

36 Western Industrial Drive

Cranston, RI 02921

Tel: 401-943-1164

Fax: 401-946-5790

E-mail: eslab@ElectroStandards.com

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