New ultra-compact output signal conditioner

Phoenix Contact's new Mini MCR-SL-IDS-I-I output signal conditioner with a narrow 6.2mm design from the Mini Analog product range transmits and electrically isolates 4 to 20mA signals from the controller to a load in the field, such as I/P converters, control valves or displays.

The electrical isolation is between the input, output, and supply. In addition, HART data protocols can be transmitted bi-directionally in order to obtain or transmit additional information from the field device. This allows you to permanently monitor the state of the control valves, for example. The modules can be supplied with a voltage of 19.2 to 30V DC via the connection terminal blocks or in combination via the DIN rail connector. When supplied via the DIN rail connector, they can also be used on a Termination Carrier. This system cabling product enables up to 16 output signals to be quickly and smoothly connected to control systems.

With a narrow design, the MINI Analog signal conditioners allow significant space savings and therefore lower costs. Modules with screw or spring-cage connection technology are also available.

Please go to www.phoenixcontact.co.uk for further information about the new Mini MCR-SL-IDS-I-I output signal conditioner.

Phoenix Contact Ltd

Halesfield 13
Telford
TF7 4PG
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1952 681700

info@phoenixcontact.co.uk

https://www.phoenixcontact.com/

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