Wilkerson Instruments DR4300 DC Input Isolated Transmitter
Useful in eliminating ground loops and measuring signals with large common mode voltages
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- Input Range:
- Voltage: ± 50 mV to ± 256 V
- Current: ± 1 mA to ± 250 mA
- Output Range:
- Voltage: -10 V to +10 V
- Current: 0 to 20 mA
- Bandwidth: -3 db at 3 Hz
- Output Ripple: < 0.1% of span (peak to peak)
- Accuracy: ±0.1% of span
- Linearity: ±0.05% of span
The Wilkerson Instruments DR4300 DC input isolated transmitter provides a DC output, proportional to a DC input, with 3 way isolation between input, power, and output. The unit is useful in eliminating ground loops and measuring signals with large common mode voltages. The DR4300 features a 50 mV or 1 mA minimum and a 265 V or 250 mA maximum input span.
Wilkerson Instruments DR4300 DC input isolated transmitters are commonly used for reducing noise created by ground loops. The DR4300 is also used for signal conversion (voltage to current, current to voltage, level change, etc.) and increasing drive capacity. With an accuracy of ±0.1% of span and a linearity of ±0.05% of span, the DR4300 provides an accurate isolated DC output.
All Wilkerson Instruments DR Series products are designed to mount on a 35 mm DIN rail. The DR4300 features a steel mounting clip, with a compression spring, for secure mounting.