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CANopen Transmitters for Strain Gauges - µCAN.1.sg-TRS

The cable transmitter µCAN.1.sg-TRS is the universal data acquisition module for standard analogue strain gauge signals. The module is designed to measure strain gauge full bridge signals. The bridge is power via the transmitter which is integrated in your measuring wire.

 

 

Features

Due to its robust IP67 rated design the µCAN.1.sg-TRS module may be installed directly in the field. The signals are sent over a short distance from the source minimizing interference effectively. Configuration of the device and scaling of measurement values is set via the CAN interface.

  • Acquisition of one strain gauge signal
  • 16-bit resolution
  • Plug-in connectors M12
  • Protocol CANopen CiA 404
  • Temperature compensation via Pt100 optional
  • Extended ambient temperature range -40°C to +85°C
MicroControl Transmitter-Modul Ausführung Analog mit M12 Stecker und Kabel

Individual Solutions

Our well-established standard products solve most problems in a reliable way. Moreover, we would be pleased to manufacture individual modules or connection facilities according to your specific needs or develop additional functionalities for our field modules. Please contact us!

µCAN.1.sg-TRS: acquisition of strain gauge signals with 16-bit
MicroControl transmitter module 1 channal analogue input version.
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Measurement technology icon strain gage

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Description


16.30.007 µCAN.1.sg-TRS
1-channel strain gauge acquisition module with CANopen, 4-wire full bridge, signal type max. 16.5mV (3,6mV/V), 4.5V bridge supply voltage (min. 330 Ohm). Connection via M 12 plug-in circular connectors.
90.02.400 Y junction
90.02.401 Terminal resistor for M12 connectors

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