A Signal Converter is a device that converts signals from sensors to industrial current signals, converts analog input signals to analog output signals, normalizes signals, or isolates signals.
The electronic signals that are detected by a detector are different in nature because of differences in the data that was measured (e.g., temperatures, pressures, and voltages). This makes it difficult to input the data directly into control circuits. Therefore, it is necessary to covert or normalize the data to a signal form that is easy to use.
- Converts a DC current/voltage input to a DC voltage/current and outputs the result.
- Isolates the input signal and outputs the signal.
- Converts the input signal from a thermocouple to a current/voltage and outputs the result.
- Converts the signal from a load cell to a voltage/current and outputs the result.
- Converts the rate of input pulses and outputs the result.
- Converts a pulse signal to an analog signal and outputs the result.
- Converts an analog signal to a pulse signal and outputs the result.
- Linearizes a signal that does not have linear output characteristics and outputs the result.
- Converts between RS-232C/USB and RS-422/485 serial protocols.