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Signal Converter Boards

High-Pass Compliance Amp

The High-Pass Compliance Amplifier is a 4th-order adjustable frequency high-pass filter, with a fixed low pass stage. It is commonly used as a bandpass filter for hydraulic compliance applicatoins. Each board provides one channel and switched filter settings.

Specifications

Part Number: Hipass 1A
Power input: +12VDC or +/-5VDC
Output range: +/-5V
Dimensions: 2.8" x 1.4" (71mm x 36mm)

MOSFET Switch - 8 channel

The Mswitch-8ch board provides eight 10 amp MOSFET transistors suitable for switching heavy loads with only a 3.3V TTL/CMOS input. Jumpers on the board allow any particular switch to be set permanently on. Optional resettable fuses per-channel.

Specifications

Part Number: Mswitch-8ch
Dimensions: 1.5 x 4.0" (38.1mm x 101.6mm)

Analog Buffer Board

The Analog Buffer Board reduces unwanted high-impedance of signals, and can also be used as a fixed-gain amplifier. Each board provides two channels which can be independently gain-adjusted.

Specifications

Dimensions: 0.61" x 1.0" (15.64mm x 25.40mm)

Documentation

Buffer Board Howto (pdf)


Logic Level Shifter Board

The Logic Level Shifter board converts up to six digital logic signals, in the range of 3.3V to 15V, to 5V CMOS/TTL level. Input power in the range of 5.5 - 14V may be supplied. Signals are not inverted. The board may also be used as a buffer/line-driver.


LCON

The LCON board raises a single digital logic signal, in the range of 0.7V to 16V, to a 10V logic level. Input power in the range of 11.2V - 16V may be supplied. The input signals is not inverted, thus the board may also be used as a line-driver. Output current up to 200mA, so the board can be used to drive a load.


Dcon Buffer Board

The Dcon board is a four channel non-inverting buffer. It conditions digital signals such that logic up to 15V will be down-converted to 5V TTL/CMOS levels.