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IDRN-ST/N - 

Signal Conditioner, Transmitter, iD Series, Multi Input, Analog Output, 10 to 32 Vdc

NEWPORT ELECTRONICS IDRN-ST/N
NEWPORT ELECTRONICS IDRN-ST/N

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Manufacturer Part No:
IDRN-ST/N
Newark Part No.:
16F2354
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Product Information

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Voltage
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Current, Voltage
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-
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0.2%
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10VDC
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32VDC
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20mA
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Product Overview

The IDRN-ST/N is a Signal Conditioner with analog output for strain gages and bridge transducers. The iD Series signal conditioners mount on a 35mm DIN rail and operate on any voltage between 10 to 32VDC power. The devices feature three-way isolation of up to 1800V between the signal inputs, outputs and power supply. The iD Series devices are designed to work directly with a variety of sensors and transducers, no other components are necessary. For sensors such as RTDʼs, strain gages and some process transducers, precise stable excitation is provided directly from the iD module.
  • Analog and digital outputs
  • Up to 1800VDC isolation
  • 0 to 10VDC, 4 to 20mA or 0 to 20mA Output
  • Free setup and configuration software

Applications

Automation & Process Control, Industrial, Test & Measurement

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