The Measurable difference.

Signal Conditioning Amplifiers

High precision signal conditioning amplifiers

DEWETRON offers a wide range of analog, isolated signal conditioning amplifiers, suitable for a wide variety of sensors, including strain gages, accelerometers, force sensors, pressure, load and flow sensors, thermocouples, as well as voltages and currents.


Highspeed TRION3鈩 signal conditioning modules provide analog-digital conversion on each channel and are user exchangeable. Use TRION3鈩 modules with each measurement system of the DEWE3 series.


Amplifier Modules incl. A/D converter聽 (TRION鈩)

The user exchangeable, multichannel TRION鈩 modules provide analog-digital conversion on each channel.


CAN & RS485 Modules (CPAD, EPAD)

External, multichannel modules combine analog signal conditioning and A/D converter in an extreme rugged box – CAN or RS485 interface.


Modular Smart Interfaces (MSI)

Modular Smart Interfaces expand the functionality of bridge and voltage amplifiers.


Signal conditioning chassis for our isolation amplifiers, which can be used for additional channels for measurement systems.


Isolated Amplifiers (DAQP, HSI)

Isolated, single channel amplifiers with simultaneous sampling – from quasi-static up to 2 MHz bandwidth.

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Just the Basics

A Signal Conditioner is the cornerstone for all data acquisition instruments and devices. Before any data acquisition can begin, a signal from a sensor or transducer must be accurately recorded. In order to be accurate, a signal must be 鈥渃onditioned鈥 into a suitable form for processing by data acquisition equipment.

With this in mind, DC Voltage and current, AC Voltage and current, frequency and electric charge are common signal inputs acquired by signal conditioners. The process of signal conditioning most commonly includes amplification, filtering, analog to digital converting, range matching, and isolation. To illustrate, imagine measuring a voltage signal smaller than a few millivolts. Chances are the measurement will be more accurate if the signal is amplified before being acquired. To put it another way, noise contamination is the bane of the measurement technician鈥檚 existence. Filtering the contaminated signals with signal conditioners renders the signal usable for data analysis.


DEWETRON Connection

Unlike most signal conditioners available on the market, DEWETRON amplifier modules have isolation on every card and embedded, separate Analog to Digital 聽conversion on each channel – no need for an external A/D conversion box! Additionally, TRION鈩 Signal Conditioning modules deliver simultaneous sampling for all analog input modules, 24 bit resolution, with anti-aliasing filters, synchronous counter/encoder inputs and digital I/O lines, CAN, ARINC-429 and MIL-STD-1553 bus, Counter, digital I/O and timing modules

Equally important, user exchangeable TRION鈩 modules are suitable for a wide variety of sensors, including strain gages, accelerometers, force sensors, pressure, load and flow sensors, thermocouples, as well as voltages and currents.

Moreover, turn any DEWETRON data acquisition system into a Power Analyzer with the TRION-1820-POWER-4 signal conditioner module. 聽Eight ISO channels, Voltage up to 2000 V, Current up to 20 A direct input, Current >20A, Current Clamp, 5000 kHz bandwidth, 18 bit output and a sampling rate of 2000 kS/s all in a housing supporting Banana and D-DUB-9 connectors.


The Measurable Difference.

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