Signal Conditioners

Omega’s new series of DC current signal splitters feature one 4 to 20 mA input to two 4 to 20 mA outputs with full isolations. Each input has zero and span adjustments.


Omega Signal Conditioners DRSP-I

Omega Signal Conditioners DRSP-IOmega’s new series of DC current signal splitters feature one 4 to 20 mA input to two 4 to 20 mA outputs with full isolations. Each input has zero and span adjustments. The DRSP-I series also features output test button for each channel, built-in loop power supplies for sink/source I/O, split, convert, boost and rescale process signals and has the ability to interface a process signal with multiple panel meters, PLCs, recorders, data acquisition, DCS and SCADA systems. Typical applications include isolation, output splitting, output device separation and redundancy (i.e. to prevent failures of the entire loop if one device fails) or a combination of these. Ideal for chemical/petrochemical, water and environmental industries.

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Signal Conditioners

Omega’s new series of DC current signal splitters feature one 4 to 20 mA input to two 4 to 20 mA outputs with full isolations. Each input has zero and span adjustments.


Omega Signal Conditioners DRSP-I

Omega Signal Conditioners DRSP-IOmega’s new series of DC current signal splitters feature one 4 to 20 mA input to two 4 to 20 mA outputs with full isolations. Each input has zero and span adjustments. The DRSP-I series also features output test button for each channel, built-in loop power supplies for sink/source I/O, split, convert, boost and rescale process signals and has the ability to interface a process signal with multiple panel meters, PLCs, recorders, data acquisition, DCS and SCADA systems. Typical applications include isolation, output splitting, output device separation and redundancy (i.e. to prevent failures of the entire loop if one device fails) or a combination of these. Ideal for chemical/petrochemical, water and environmental industries.

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