Signal Conditioning

Signal conditioners are devices that convert one type of electronic input signal into a different type of output signal. The input signals received from sensors are amplified, filtered and isolated into a more easily read output signal for processing. Many applications involve measurements from sensors that need signal conditioning before the instrument can accurately and effectively measure the signal.

Repeater power supplies are a type of signal conditioner that supplies transmitters with power and electrically isolates the input signal from the output signal. This results in high accuracy, amplification and electrical isolation.

Solenoid drivers are a type of signal conditioner that safely controls solenoid valves and alarm modules.

Temperature transducers and transmitters are a type of signal conditioner that is used with sensors that measure variations in temperature. They convert the analog input from the sensor to a digital output.