Columbia Research Labs, Inc. Datasheets for Signal Converters

Signal converters contain inputs for one type of signal and outputs of another. Features can also include filtering and amplification or attenuation.
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Product Name Notes
5814 Single Axis In-Line Charge Converters Choice of Three Conversion Gains 10-32 Coaxial Input Self-Contained Signal Conditioners Utilizes Standard DC Power Supply The Columbia Series 5814 In-Line Charge Converters are...
Columbia Model 5624 Charge Amplifier has been designed for use with virtually all piezoelectric transducers to form various airborne vibration and shock data acquisition systems. It features small package size...
Columbia Model 5840 Differential Charge Amplifier has been specifically designed to operate with differential output piezoelectric vibration sensors typically used in aircraft engine condition monitoring systems. It features small package...
Columbia Series 5810 Inline Charge Converters are designed to convert the charge signal from a high impedance piezoelectric sensor into a voltage signal with low impedance, eliminating the need for...
The Columbia Model 4601 Charge Amplifier is a Low Cost, High Performance instrument for general purpose use with piezoelectric transducers for the measurement of acceleration, force and dynamic pressure. The...
The Columbia Model 5648-X Single Channel Power Supply / Signal Conditioner provides a ruggedized unity gain interface between Columbia's 8000 or 900 Series Sensors or any competitors Acceleration, Pressure or...
The Columbia Model 5804 Military-Grade Strain Gage Amplifier is designed to amplify signals from Columbia's DT and DTD Series Full-Bridge Strain Sensors. The system will provide both strain and temperature...
The columbia Series 5812 In-Line Charge Converters are specifically designed to convert the charge sihnals from a high impedance piezoelectric sensor into a voltage signal outputwith low output impedance, thereby...
The Columbia Series 5820 Charge Amplifiers are designed for use with virtually all piezoelectric transducers to form various airborne vibration and shock data acquisition systems. These devices feature a very...