High-performance, microprocessor controlled signal conditioning amplifiers are used for transducer data acquisition. Advanced features include automatic zero, balance and calibration, computer monitoring and display of excitation and output, operator warnings for out of limit conditions, and digital data storage for transient and waveform capture. Graphical user interface software is available for Windows and LabVIEW.
Many facilities have updated the A/D hardware and application software yet are still using 20+ year old conditioners, amplifiers and filters. Series 6100, an innovative and modular transducer conditioning system, has unparalleled performance and accuracy. From two to many thousands of channels, high & low bandwidth, Series 6100 conditions and outputs analog signals from nearly any transducer and is fully customizable to fit the needs of any test facility. Pacific has solutions to update legacy Neff, Dynamics, Preston, Ektron and even Pacific Instruments systems.
Series 9300 are fully programmable, modular signal conditioning amplifiers with isolated excitation, 300V common mode rejection, programmable filters and dual analog outputs. Channels are controlled from the front panel or Windows software. Plug in completion cards allow the 9300 to be used with a variety of transducer types. Series 9300 has been a mainstay in the Pacific signal conditioning product line for years. With tens of thousands of channels in the field, Pacific still sells and fully supports the 9300. In fact, it has been updated many times in its life cycle, helping to keep it available to our customers over the years.
Model 70A is a full featured, wideband differential instrumentation amplifier which can be used for a variety of applications. Designed to amplify and filter low level signals, it can be used for line and galvanometer driving, data filtering and signal isolation ahead of an external acquisition system like the Series 6000. Model 70a has been a mainstay in the Pacific signal conditioning product line for years. With tens of thousands of channels in the field, Pacific still sells and fully supports the 70a. In fact, it has been updated many times in its life cycle, helping to keep it available to our customers over the years.