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Can I Use an Intrinsic Safety Barrier As a Signal Conditioner in a Non-IS Application?

Posted by Aaron Severa on Thu, Feb 13, 2014

The answer is most certainly, “Yes!” But there are a few conditions that go along with using an IS barrier as a signal conditioner in a non-IS application.

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Topics: Ask an Expert, Intrinsic Safety Barriers, Signal Conditioners

6 Signal Conditioners You Should Know About

Posted by Barbara Vazquez-Isla on Thu, Dec 12, 2013

A signal conditioner is a device that changes or boosts the signal between the controller and the field device to make sure the communication works properly. A common application for signal conditioners is when you have a mV input from a thermocouple going into a
4 mA … 20 mA input card. A signal conditioner converts the mV signal into a 4 mA … 20 mA signal. In this blog, we will discuss 6 signal conditioners that all engineers should be aware of.

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Topics: Intrinsic Safety Barriers, Signal Conditioners

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