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Interfacing third-party transducers

Transducers that do not require power may use connnection cables to connect stand-alone equipment that terminates in, for intstance, BNC, phono, or Male RCA connections.

Use Transducer Connector Interfaces (TCIs) to adapt a variety of third-party transducers to the DA100C module.  The DA100C is capable of supplying power for some types of transducers.

If no existing connector matches your equipment, you can use the TCIKIT to build your own adapter or contact your regional sales representative to request a custom TCI.

Page last modified 29Dec2014

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