The secure isolation and precise conversion of analogue current and voltage signals are counted among the most important conditions for smooth processes. The especially simple configuration and the integrated display are the main features that make our Pro DCDC II analogue signal converters from the ACT20P series stand out. Also, the high-performance module, which measures just 12.5 mm wide, has an all-purpose input range which boasts a high insulation effect and above-average measurement accuracy. Reliable connections are guaranteed thanks to individually configurable protection against mismating and the release lever for the female plug.
Really simple configuration
“The main difference between the ACT20P Pro DCDC II and its predecessor in the popular WAVESERIES range is its really simple configuration. Fixed voltage
As an add-on for the DIP switches, the integrated display makes configuration an especially intuitive process and requires no other external devices
and current parameters can be set directly on the device without additional equipment – it's fast and convenient using just three buttons and the integral plain text display,” explains product manager Sascha Dreifert. “This intuitive operation means the signal converter scores really well, especially in traditional machine construction, where analogue signals are processed much more rarely than in the process industry. Applications such as the measurement of film thickness or conveyor speed are therefore easy to execute – even without much experience in dealing with analogue signal converters.”
These properties not only make the ACT20P Pro DCDC II a universal solution. Above all else, the product cuts an impressive figure as one of the most process-reliable and accurate signal converters available on the market.
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Published in April 2015
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