Operating on either a ±12 or ±15VDC supply voltage, the LVM-110 delivers a full range of selectable unipolar and bipolar, low noise DC voltage outputs. Designed to be compatible with most LVDT and RVDT transducers, the LVM-110 will operate with 5 and 6 electrical connection devices. This versatility is due to the wide variety of selectable excitation frequencies, and a generous excitation drive current of 20mA, allowing operation with transducer input impedances as low as 150 Ohms. The master/slave function (DIP switch selectable) allows synchronization of multiple conditioners to prevent beat frequencies and cross talk between transducers. The need for phase correction adjustment is eliminated thanks to demodulation synchronized to the sum of the LVDT/RVDT outputs.
Low cost OEM signal conditioner
Very compact, open PC board design
Multiple unipolar and bipolar output options
DIP switch selectable gain and excitation
2.5, 5, 8 and 10kHz excitation frequencies
Zero and span adjustment potentiometers
Card-edge or barrier strip connections
Works with very low input impedance LVDTs and RVDTs
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