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Micro Analog 2 - FE-MM4

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The FE-MM4 is a DC powered 4 channel version of its larger brother the FE-MM8. In common with all chassis styles in the Micro Analog 2 range, it accepts a range of dual channel signal conditioning modules which together cover almost every transducer type. The FE-MM4 has slots for up to 2 dual channel modules. The 400 kHz sampling rate USB data acquisition and the large sample buffer allows all 4 channels to be continuously sampled at 100 kHz each. Inputs are via the dual channel 7 pin rear panel connectors which can accept a variety of connector adaptors, and outputs are via the rear panel 9 way D connector which carries the outputs from the 4 signal conditioning channels.

The front panel is easilly removed to allow any of the Micro Analog 2 modules to be inserted into any position. Configuration and operation is simple, and the rear panel connector may be connected to BNC adaptors.

FE-MM4 Front View

Applications

Load Cells, Pressure Transducers, Strain Gauges, DCLVDTs, Potentiometers, all forms of bridge type transducers and DC voltage signals, Accelerometers, Hydrophones, ICP transducers and AC voltage signals, Thermocouples, Frequency Pickups. Mix and Match cards as required.

System Specification

Maximum 4 channel analogue instrumentation system

Up to 2 dual channel cards in any combination.

10 to 36 V DC supply (Max current 0.5 A).

Inputs 2 x 7 pin Tuchel. Output 1 x 15 way D sockets. Adaptors available for both input and output connectors.

Dimensions 74(H) x 60(W) x 228(D)

Environment 0C to 40C, 0 to 80 % R.H. non condensing.

IP rating : IP53

Transducer Excitation : +2.5 V , +5 V , +10 V (factory set +/- 0.2%). Powers up to 4 bridge type transducers of 120 ohm at 2.5 V or 5 V and 350 ohm at +5 V or +10 V. 170 mA at +5V or +2.5 V and 130 mA at +10 V

Noise and Ripple of Transducer Excitation < 5 mV pk-pk (bandwidth 50 kHz)

 

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