Encore Electronics, Inc. Datasheets for Signal Amplifiers

Signal amplifiers accept signals from sensors and other devices and amplify them to levels suitable for further processing or digitization by computer elements.
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Product Name Notes
Computer Controlled Amplifier -- Model 176 The Model 176 is a computer-controlled charge amplifier module. It features variable gain and output scaling and will accept differential or single-ended inputs. The following parameters are displayed and adjustable:...
Rack Adapter -- Model 5020-102 The Model 5020-102 rack adapter offers complete remote control of all signal conditioner settings through an industry-standard Ethernet interface and remote web browser. No additional software needs to be installed...
Strain Gage Bridge Amplifier -- Model 610 The Model 610 strain gage amplifier exhibits the performance characteristics and controls derived from 20 years of customer-oriented experience. It features very low output noise, broadband response and many other...
Instrumentation Amplifier -- Model 619M The Model 619M is a low cost differential amplifier useful in test environments where high CMRR is desired. Encore's Model 227 F/V converter can also be used in the six-module...
Strain Gage Bridge Amplifier -- Model 633 The Model 633 is a high performance strain gage amplifier that plugs into Encore's 19" GPSC instrumentation rack, which accommodates up to eight modules (16 channels). An AC power supply...
Strain Gage Amplifier -- Model 633 The Model 663 is a combination amplifier and integrator for accelerometer signals. One integration stage is provided, converting acceleration into velocity. The unity gain frequency of the integrator is factor-trimmed...
Computer Controlled Amplifier -- Model 664 The Model 664 is a two-channel computer-controlled dynamic strain gage amplifier module. The following parameters are displayed and are adjustable: gain, zero, external cal, filter, excitation and excitation monitor. Each...
Computer Controlled Amplifier -- Model 665 The Model 665 is a combo computer-controlled static/dynamic strain gage amplifier module. The following parameters are displayed and are adjustable: gain, zero, external cal, filter, excitation and excitation monitor. Each...
Vibration Amplifier -- Model FL161 The Model FL161 amplifies acceleration signal inputs and produces a DC output or 4-20mA current output proportional to acceleration. Constant current excitation is supplied to the accelerometer through the signal...
Strain Gage Bridge Amplifier -- Model FL639 The Model FL639 strain gage amplifier is a low-priced, compact bridge amplifier, complete with voltage and current excitation, adjustable gain, zero, and bridge balance, lowpass filtering, and shunt calibration. The...
Isolation Amplifier/Attenuator -- Model FL644 The Model FL644 Isolation Amplifier is available in several versions, offering either gain or attenuation of an input signal. In all versions, the input is isolated from the output by...
Thermocouple Isolation Amplifier -- Model FL646
Thermocouple Isolation Amplifier -- Model FL646
The Model FL646 Thermocouple Isolation Amplifier conditions a millivolt input from a thermocouple temperature probe. The input is isolated from the output by up to 1000VDC. The unit is mechanically...
Instrumentation Amplifier -- Model FL651 The Model FL651 Differential Amplifier is a minimal-feature fixed gain amplifier module. Differential input signals up to ±10V are buffered to the output terminal. The unit is mechanically and electrically...
Channel Charge Amplifier -- Model 149 Compact - 16 channels per GPSC rack Acceleration/displacement outputs Controls in engineering units Internal calibration Description The Model 149 is an economical two-channel-per module charge amplifier that plugs into Encore's...
Strain Gage Bridge Amplifier -- Model 635 Versatile switch selectable model Auto bridge balance with battery backup Separate DC channel Isolated excitation source Description The Model 635 strain gage amplifier exhibits the performance characteristics and controls derived...