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060-6827-03 - 

Inline Amplifier, Model U3W, Strain Gage, 1 Channel, Bridge Input, 4 to 20 mA Output18 to 32 Vdc

060-6827-03 - Inline Amplifier, Model U3W, Strain Gage, 1 Channel, Bridge Input, 4 to 20 mA Output18 to 32 Vdc

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
060-6827-03
Newark Part No.:
29M9216
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Bridge
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Current
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1Channels
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0.02%
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18VDC
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32VDC
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20mA
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Product Overview

The 060-6827-03 is an Universal In-line Amplifier provides 4 to 20mA (3-wire) output and is ideal for applications requiring long signal transmission with minimal signal loss. It is inherently protected against incorrect wiring. Maximum load resistance is 1000-ohms.
  • 0.02% FS Linearity
  • User programmable
  • Compatible with any strain gage sensor
  • Long signal transmission with minimal signal loss
  • Meets NEMA 4 ratings for water resistance
  • IP66 Protection rating

Applications

Automation & Process Control

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