SEM1100-S1 - 

Converter, Mains Powered, 1 Channel, 253 Vac, Din Rail

SEM1100-S1 - Converter, Mains Powered, 1 Channel, 253 Vac, Din Rail

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Current, Voltage
Current, Voltage
± 0.05%
1 Channel
DIN Rail
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Product Overview

The SEM1100-S1 is a powered isolating Voltage to Current/Current to Voltage Convertor with captive terminal screws connection. The SEM1100 is a powered isolating signal conditioner that accepts mA and voltage process signals, isolates them and provides the same or different value mA or voltage outputs. It is also possible to have voltage and current outputs simultaneously from a single input. The isolator is available in AC and DC powered versions, both generating loop excitation for input and output loops at the same time. Zero and span adjustment potentiometers are conveniently situated on the front panel together with a power on LED Configuration (factory set if specified) can easily be changed by means of internal switches and the use of suitable equipment.
  • Process current or voltage input/output
  • High accuracy of 0.05%
  • Powers both loops
  • Drives current into 1Kohm
  • 3-port galvanic isolation
  • Selectable input and output


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