Miniature Telemetry Transmitters

Description

Miniature Telemetry Transmitters

ATi manufactures digital and digital multiplexing telemetry transmitters in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit any application. Custom shapes for special applications or embedded transmitters can also be created. Transmitters are available for many different sensors and inputs:

Acceleration Telemetry Transmitters – Acceleration transmitters are compatible with most ICP type accelerometers and have a 1 milliamp constant current source.

Current Telemetry Transmitters – Current transmitters are designed for use with any current output type sensor or current source.

LVDT Telemetry Transmitters – LVDT transmitters are compatible with most AC type LVDTs and have a built-in 3 Vrms, 5 kHz excitation source. Current output or voltage output LVDTs can be used with other transmitters listed on this page.

RTD Telemetry Transmitters – RTD transmitters are designed for use with 100 or 1000 Ohm, Platinum, 3-wire RTDs. These transmitters have a 2 milliamp excitation source or they can be tuned to the manufactures specifications.

Strain Gage Telemetry Transmitters – Strain gage transmitters are designed for use with strain gages or other Wheatstone bridge type sensors with millivolt outputs. The transmitters have a built-in voltage excitation source.

Thermocouple Telemetry Transmitters – Thermocouple transmitters are designed for use with Type J or Type K thermocouples. Transmitters can be optimized for the specific measurement range.

Voltage Telemetry Transmitters – Voltage transmitters are available in AC, DC or RMS types for use with any type sensor or voltage source with outputs from 50 millivolts to 480 volts. A built-in excitation source is optional on voltage transmitters

General Specifications:

1 Channel ………………………………….. 6500 samples/sec*

2 Channels …………………………….. 3250 samples/sec/ch*

4 Channels …………………………….. 1625 samples/sec/ch*

Resolution ……………………………………………… 14 Bits*

*Other configurations (number of channels, sample rates and resolutions) are available

Integral Non-Linearity ………………………………. ± 0.10%

Repeatability ………………………………………….. ± 0.025%

Maximum Error …………………………. < 0.15% Full Scale