G468-0001.V1 - 

Signal Conditioner, Ultra SlimPak®, Universal Input, Current, Voltage Output, 9 to 30 Vdc, 1.5 W

G468-0001.V1 - Signal Conditioner, Ultra SlimPak®, Universal Input, Current, Voltage Output, 9 to 30 Vdc, 1.5 W

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The G468-0001.V1 is an ULTRA SLIMPAK® DIN rail mount AC input Field-configurable Isolator with 1800VDC isolation between input, output and power. The field configurable input and output offers flexible, wide ranging capability for scaling, converting or buffering AC inputs ranging from 5mA to 100mA or 50mV to 250V. For AC current measurements above 100mA, use the model C006 shunt resistor. This resistor must be wired in series with the current source, with the G468 configured to measure the voltage generated across the resistor.
  • Eliminates ground loops
  • Ultra slim housing for high density installations
  • ASIC technology for enhanced reliability


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