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QLS-2 - 

Transmitter, QLS Series, 4 Channel, Current, Voltage Input, Quad Current Output, 10 to 48 Vdc

LAUREL ELECTRONICS QLS-2

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Manufacturer Part No:
QLS-2
Newark Part No.:
39T2227
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Product Information

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Current, Voltage
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Current
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4Channels
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0.02%
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1 Channel
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10VDC
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48VDC
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-40°C
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70°C
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Product Overview

The QLS-2 is a DIN rail quad isolated output loop Splitter Re-transmitter which drives four independent 4 to 20mA outputs proportional to input. This 10 to 48VDC re-transmitter features signal input and outputs can share a common ground, remote grounds can differ by up to ±10V from local signal ground and opening any output loop does not affect the other loops. This amplifier comes with LED indicator for each connected output and 22.5mm wide case snaps to 35mm DIN rail.
  • Remote grounds can differ by up to ±10V from local signal ground
  • 10% Zero and span fine adjustments for each output loop
  • Loop current test point for each output
  • -40 to 70°C Operating temperature range

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