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1-channel strain gauge measurement: µCAN.1.sg-SNAP

The decentralized data acquisition module µCAN.1.sg-SNAP is configured to acquire strain gauge signals. Due to its narrow and compact structure our µCAN unit is ideally suited for DIN-rail mounting in a control cabinet.

 

Plug-in screw terminals facilitate quick integration of the µCAN.1.sg-SNAP into your systems.

Features

  • Acquisition of forces, torques, sequences and voltages
  • Internal power supply of strain gauge bridge
  • Protocol: CANopen CiA 404
  • Extended ambient temperature range of -40°C...+85°C
  • Activaton of the calibration shunt via short-circuit bridge
    (80% calibration)

Indivudual solutions

We would be pleased to manufacture individual modules or connection facilities according to your specific needs or develop additional functionalities for our control cabinet modules. Please contact us!

 

You are looking for a robust device for external applications? The 1-channel module µCAN.1.sg-BOX is protected by a rugged aluminium casing (protection class IP66).

µCAN.1.sg-SNAP: acquisition of strain gauge signals
µCAN.1.sg-SNAP modul: acquisition of strain gauge signals
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Description

10.50.001 µCAN.1.sg-SNAP
1-channel force signal acquisition module (strain gauge) with CANopen, no galvanic isolation. Power supply of the pressure sensor with 9V DC can be provided via the CAN-module. The calibration shunt can be activated via a short-circuit brigde. Connection of all signal wires via COMBI-CON plugs.
10.50.002 µCAN.1.sg-SNAP
1-channel force signal acquisition module (strain gauge) with CANopen, galvanic isolation. Power supply of the pressure sensor with 9V DC can be provided via the CAN-module. The calibration shunt can be activated via a short-circuit bridge. Connection of all signal wires via COMBI-CON plugs.

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