Jewell Instruments, LLC Datasheets for Data Acquisition

Data acquisition is the digitizing and processing of multiple sensor or signal inputs for the purpose of monitoring, analyzing and/or controlling systems and processes. Signal conditioning includes the amplification, filtering, converting, and other processes required to make sensor output suitable for rereading by computer boards.
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IRIS SC provides signal conditioning and serial data output for all of our Miniature Tilt Sensors. Use it with up to two uniaxial sensors, or any biaxial sensor. It has...
Model 781 is a precision, 2-channel signal conditioning unit for all electrolytic tilt sensors. It provides peak performance from your 755, 756, 84053 and 84064-02 Miniature Tilt Sensors. To build...
The Model 83162 Signal Conditioning Card is a precision two-channel circuit for use with all electrolytic tilt sensors. It has switchable gain and low-pass filter settings and will produce peak...
The Model 84828 Basic Signal Conditioner operates one 5-pin biaxial tilt sensor or one uniaxial sensor, plus one LM-35 temperature sensor, which may be installed on the circuit board. Model...
This single-channel signal conditioning card is a compact electronic circuit that provides excitation and signal conditioning for any electrolytic tilt sensor and for one LM-35 temperature sensor. A wide input...
Tulip SC is a 4-20mA signal conditioner for use with all of our Miniature Tilt Sensors. It operates one tilt channel and also measures temperature using a 2500 Ohm resistor.