Signal conditioning boards connect between the external plant and the embedded controller to modify the external signal so that it can be processed by the controller.
I2C Interface board with 8 channels of opto islolated inputs. For use with any controller with an I2C interface. Plant connections via screw terminals.
I2C Interface board with 4 change over relay contacts. For use with any controller with an I2C interface. Plant connections via screw terminals.
I2C Interface board with 4 channels of calibrated analogue input. For use with any controller with an I2C interface. Plant connections via screw terminals.
The D-111 is a digital signal conditioning card that takes TTL outputs from an STE I/O bus and feeds them through buffers to the relays. The relay outputs are connected to a DIN type ‘F’ connector
D-110 SPCO @ 10 Amp
D-111 DPCO @ 5 Amp
The D-130 is a digital signal conditioning output card which takes TTL compatible outputs from an STE I/O connector and feeds them through opto couplers to power triacs.
D-130 @ 6 Amps
D-131 @ 1 Amp
The D-140 is a digital signal conditioning input card that detects voltage inputs and buffers them through to a standard STE I/O connector. Series input resistors extend the input range to 100 Volts.
Cambridge Microprocessor Systems Limited are pioneering designers and manufacturers of bespoke communications systems, electronic controllers, data loggers, networking and network peripherals, signal conditioning systems, and embedded controllers for use in aircraft testing, stock control, oil and petrochemical exploration, marine science, laser control, environmental control, and training and education. They also provide PAT Testing services to ensure their customers premises and equipment comply with legal requirements.
Based in Great Dunmow, Cambridge Microprocessor Systems are ideally located to provide PAT Testing Services and bespoke communications equipment to clients throughout Essex, including Chelmsford, Dunmow, Harlow, Braintree and Bishops Stortford.