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General Purpose Transducer Amplifier

Advanced Transducer Amplifier

Operates with a wide variety of transducers

General Purpose Transducer Amplifier
Part #: DA100C

The DA100C is a very low noise and drift differential bridge amplifier that will operate with a wide variety of transducers, including: Pressure, force, strain, displacement, thermocouples, piezo sensors, light sensors, microphones and nearly any other active or passive sensor or transducer. The DA100C provides variable gain settings, offset control for baseline zeroing and adjustable voltage references for activating passive transducers.

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