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How to split a 4-20mA signal to multiple devices

Acromag : 18 March, 2013  (New Product)
Acromag 600T series signal splitters receive a 4-20mA current input and provide two identical isolated 4-20mA output signals. Each channel operates independently to prevent interaction between channels. Galvanic isolation eliminates ground loops, reduces noise, and blocks transient signals.
How to split a 4-20mA signal to multiple devices

2-Wire Loop-Powered Splitters convert a 4-20mA process current input into two identical isolated 4-20mA output signals. Power is obtained from the output loop (sinks current).

Acromag 4-Wire AC/DC-Powered Splitters4-Wire AC/DC-Powered Splitters convert a 4-20mA process current input into two identical isolated 4-20mA output signals. AC-powered or DC-powered models are available.

Features

  • 2-Wire and 4-Wire models
  • Loop-powered or AC/DC-powered
  • One 4-20mA DC input, two 4-20mA DC outputs
  • DIN-Rail mountable
  • Removable terminal blocks

 

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