4-20mA signal isolator provides the fastest response time <2ms, accuracy 0.1%FS (20℃), and 35mm DIN Rail Installation, and optional input/output signal 4~20mA/0~20mA/0~5V/1~5V/0~10V/2~10V. This analog signal isolator can be used for pressure transmitters, electromagnetic flow meters, current transmitters, temperature transmitters, etc.
- Model: ATO-SIN-1002S
- Input Signal: 4~20mA, 0~20mA
- Input Resistance: Current Impedance≤100Ω
- Input Current: ≤30mA
- Distribution Voltage: ≥20V@20mA
- Output Signal: 0~20mA, 4~20mA, 0~5V, 1~5V, 0~10V, 2~10V
- Output Load: 4~20mA, 0~20mA, Load Resistance RL≤550Ω; 0~5V, 1~5V, 0~10V, 2~10V, Load Resistance RL≥1MΩ
- Power Supply: DC 20~35V
- Power Consumption: Single Output Power Consumption: ≤1.5W; Dual Output Power Consumption: ≤2.6W
- Dielectric Strength: 1500V AC
- Operating Temperature: -20~60℃
- Relative Humidity: 25%~85%
- Storage Temperature: -20~60℃
- Temperature Drift: ≤50ppm
- Installation Method: 35mm DIN Rail Installation
- Transmission Accuracy: 0.1%FS (20℃)
- Response Time: ≤2ms
- Compatibility: Comply with GB/T18268 Industrial Equipment Application Requirements (IEC 61326-1)
- Applicable Equipment: Two-wire and Three-wire Transmitters, DC Current Sources
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
ATO analog signal isolators are commonly used in industrial automation, process control, power distribution, and any application where electronic signals need to be transmitted between components that operate at different electrical potentials.
Tips: What is an analog signal isolator?
An analog signal isolator is a device designed to electrically separate and protect analog signals transmitted between two components or systems. The primary purpose of an analog signal isolator is to prevent unwanted electrical interactions, such as ground loops and interference, that can affect the accuracy and reliability of analog signals.
Analog signal isolators typically work by using techniques such as transformers or optocouplers to create an electrical barrier between the input and output sides. The input signal is converted into an isolated signal, allowing it to be transmitted to the output side without a direct electrical connection. This isolation helps in applications where different parts of a system operate at different potentials or where there's a need to protect sensitive equipment from potential damage caused by electrical disturbances.
Analog signal isolators are commonly used in industrial automation, process control, and other applications where precise and interference-free transmission of analog signals is critical.