Kemo Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
DIN Rail Filters
The Kemo range of DIN rail mounting filters are a fast, easy to install, solution for many , small noisy signal problems. The combination of configurable input, gain, plus a flexible range of signal filters, make the Kemo DIN rail filters an ideal choice for many signal filtering applications.
Filter frequencies from 0.1 Hz to > 500 kHz
Easy to Use
Wide Range of filter responses - to suit most applications
Power on indication
Low pass / Highpass / Notch filter responses
Adjustable gain 1,2,5 steps to x1000 (+60dB)
Screw terminal connections
Independent signal and power earth
9 - 30 V DC power input - ideal for +24 V DC
2 Types ~ > > C 255 step variable frequency (DR 1600 series) fixed frequency (DR 1200 series)
Optional +/- 50% output offset
AC/DC, Single ended / differential / 4-20mA / IEPE inputs
Optional 4-20mA output, current sink, and source.
Kemo DIN rail filters are in use world-wide in a wide range of industries and applications. Including:- data acquisition, control signal conditioning, industrial measurements, IEPE transducer conditioning, and a wide range of other applications
DIN rail filters are available in two versions
DR 1200 - fixed filter frequency, specified at order. 0.1 Hz to > 500 kHz
DR 1600 - 255 filter steps, set by DIP switch, range covering 0.2 Hz to 127 500 Hz.
Both have input gain, up to x1000 (+60 dB), AC/DC input coupling, single ended/differential input, and a 24V IEPE transducer, set to 4mA, but adjustable to 10mA. The signal zero volts is floating from the power supply, allowing flexibility in system earthing, allowing optimisation of signal earthing and zero volt paths.
Sound and Vibration testing
Noise reduction in industrial measurements
Data acquisition systems
For more information, please contact :-
Unit 1, Dene Yard, Green Street, Green Road, Dartford Kent DA2 8DH. UK
Web: www. kemo.com
Tel + 44 (0)1474 705168
Fax + 44 (0)1474 705366
5 Northbrook Way, Greenville, SC 29615
Tel (864) 297 2522
Fax (864) 675 1530
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