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E-HELP: Options for Sending a Signal to Four Different Locations

E-HELP: Options for Sending a Signal to Four Different Locations

Q: I am looking to take a signal from an analyzer and send the analog output signal to four different locations. Do you have a product that can help me with this?

A: We offer a 4-channel output loop powered isolator and a line powered single input to dual output isolator.

If the receivers at the four locations can supply loop voltage to their respective 4-20mA inputs, then the 4-channel output loop powered MIX isolator (Model: MIX/4X4-20MA/4X4-20MA/12-42DC [DIN]) will work. Wire your 4-20mA signal in series to the four inputs of the MIX.

If the receivers at the four locations have passive (sinking) 4-20mA inputs, then you can either use two of the line powered ECT splitters or two of the dual channel MIT isolators (Models: ECT/4-20MA/2X420MA/117AC/-TX [DIN] or MIT / 2XPRG / 2X4-20mA / U [DIN]). Wire your 4-20mA signal in series to the inputs of the two ECT/MITs.

Published: November 9, 2015
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