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E-HELP: Splitting and Isolating Output Signals to Passive Receivers

E-HELP: Splitting and Isolating Output Signals to Passive Receivers

Q: I need a 4-wire isolator and want to see if your MIT Multi-Channel Signal Isolator will work in my application. I have several 4-wire transmitters where I need to split and isolate the output signal to receivers that are passive (not powered). Will the MIT work provided that I supply 24Vdc power to the unit?

A: The MIT appears to be a perfect fit for your application. The MIT’s input is passive, so it is compatible with the active output of a 4-wire transmitter. Because its outputs are active, they are compatible with the passive inputs of the receiver devices. In addition, it uses a universal power input, so it will accept 24Vdc power.

Published: July 1, 2015
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