Red Lion signal conditioners

Friday, 09 August, 2019 | Supplied by: Control Logic Pty Ltd

Red Lion’s range of signal conditioners is designed to boost signal strength while allowing for longer cable runs through industrial environments.

When used as converters, the devices can translate and incorporate signals into existing PLC architectures, eliminating the need for PLC input cards just to accommodate a unique signal input from a newly added sensor. Offering a slim 6 mm footprint, each of Red Lion’s signal converters can accept or convert current, voltage, thermocouples, RTDs, resistance and pulsed input signals.

The signal conditioners are suitable for users desiring good signal integrity, and for industrial applications either requiring data from existing deployed equipment to be incorporated into IIoT strategies through the addition of sensors or measurement processes involving precise sensor data requiring signals to be transmitted over distance and without interference from external sources of noise such as VFDs and switching spikes. Rather than adding specialised I/O cards to an existing PLC system, Red Lion’s signal conditioning and conversion solutions allow plant engineers to add sensor data to current processes in existing formats, simplifying implementation.

The signal conditioners offer amplification, isolation and conversion capabilities, ensuring signal integrity in harsh environments and across long distances, with the option to change the signal to the desired input needed dependent on the application. A slim 6 mm housing translates to added capabilities without sacrificing panel space.

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