Acromag's product line encompasses a wide variety of I/O devices for manufacturing, military, scientific, public utility, and transportation applications. For process instrumentation, Acromag's signal conditioning line features more than 100 transmitters, isolators, alarms, and computation modules. If networked I/O is required, Acromag offers analog and discrete I/O modules for Ethernet, Modbus, and Profibus.
Experience makes the difference. Acromag's years of experience in designing industrial I/O have given us a clear understanding of the problems associated with industrial measurement and control. Solutions to ground loops, RFI/EMI noise, and temperature drift are designed into every product to assure precise operation in hostile environments. Many products are available with agency approvals such as UL, cUL, FM, CSA, CE, ATEX, and others.
Acromag's Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP I/O products offer a variety of solutions for remote I/O, distributed process control, and factory automation applications. Analog and discrete Ethernet I/O modules interface sensors and actuators to controllers with Modbus TCP/IP or Ethernet/IP CIP protocol... Read More
Multi-channel Ethernet analog I/O module units save space, reduce costs, and network analog input or output signals. Low noise, 16-bit A/D and 12-bit D/A converters deliver high accuracy. Input models accept voltage, current, and temperature sensor signals. Output units control devices or write... Read More
Despite their tiny size and economical price tag, ST130 temperature transmitters are full-featured. By leveraging the latest signal conditioning technologies, these transmitters are able to provide a performance level and feature set previously unavailable in a unit of this size and price. High... Read More
Strain gauges are widely employed in sensors that detect and measure force and force-related parameters, such as torque, acceleration, pressure, and vibration. The strain gauge is the building block for strain sensors that often employ multiple strain gauges in their construction. A strain... Read more
When wiring or connecting circuits, electrical equipment, and electrical instruments, there is a connection that you probably don’t give much thought to, and one that consequently reigns as one of the greatest sources of instrument error and malfunction. The connection I am referring to is your... Read more
This article reviews signal conditioning equipment features such as accuracy, adjustability, isolation, surge withstand capability, RFI/EMI protection, packaging, and repairability. Where possible, it also examines the relative importance of various features. Read more