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Digital Signal Conditioner Unit for Strain Gage Transducers



CellMite 100, Model 4326, is a compact digital signal conditioner unit that can be directly integrated into a standard strain gage transducer such as a load cell or extensometer. CellMite 100 generates a +/-10V analog output along with a serial digital output suitable for connection to a computer. The unit compensates for transducer non-linearities with its integrated six-point calibration capability not found in standard signal conditioners. Its multi-drop RS-232 serial port, unit addressing capabilities, and simple command set allow for connection of multiple units in a serial network configuration. On-board memory supports the emerging TEDS standard smart cell interface. Additional features include nonvolatile memory for parameter and calibration storage, ability to select between two transducer calibrations, and field programmability for software updates.




  • 6-pt Linearization Calibration

  • Scalable 10V Analog Output

  • 16-Bit Analog Output

  • Direct to PC with RS232 Data

  • 24-Bit Resolution

  • Multiple Filter Selections

  • Storage for Two Calibrated Transducers

  • Selectable Sample Rate

  • Remote Sense Excitation

  • Addressable for Serial Network

  • Tare, Peak, Valley

  • Unit Support: Lb, Kg, In, Cm

  • TEDS support

Model 4326 digital signal conditioner




   Voltage: 5 VDC
   Nom. Load: 350 
   Internal Resolution: 24-bit
   Input Range: +5.5 mV/V (Avail. to+200mV/V)
   Conversion Rate: 30/60/120 per second
   Error: 0.01%, +1 count
   Analog: 16-bit, scalable, +10V
   Serial Data: multi-drop RS-232
   Size: 2.25'' x 1.5'' x 0.5''
   Weight: 0.6 oz. (17 g)
   5 VDC, 150 mA


36 Western Industrial Drive,

Cranston, RI 02921

Tel: 401-943-1164 





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