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Omega-Newport Infcs Transducer Signal Conditioners

From $580.00 to $1122.00
Model Number Description Part Number Price Buy
INFCS-000 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 115 VAC
12-05023
$580.00
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INFCS-001 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 115 VAC
Analog Out
12-05024
$748.00
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INFCS-010 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 115 VAC
Dual 5A Relays
12-05025
$738.00
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INFCS-011 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 115 VAC
Analog Out & Dual 5A Relays
12-05027
$817.00
Quantity
INFCS-100 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 230 VAC
12-05028
$580.00
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INFCS-101 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 230 VAC
Analog Out
12-05029
$748.00
Quantity
INFCS-110 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 230 VAC
Dual 5A Relays
12-05030
$738.00
Quantity
INFCS-111 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 230 VAC
Analog Out & Dual 5A Relays
12-05031
$817.00
Quantity
INFCS-411 BInfinity Basic Signal Conditioner, 10 to 30 VDC
Analog Out & Dual 5A Relays
12-05032
$1122.00
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Overview

The INFCS Series made by Omega-Newport is a basic panel-mounted indicator, with additional functions including scalable analog outputs, setpoints, and splash-proof NEMA-4 front covers.

The INFCS Signal Conditioners are fully compatible with the Tensitron Transducers, to provide the necessary excitation, amplification, signal conditioning, calibration functions, display/readout, and other options necessary to operate strain gauged transducers.

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