Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 45, Issue 7,  July 2004: Product News

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Signal Conditioners and Electronics Support

TEDS Sensors


Depew, NY USA -The Electronics Division of PCB Piezotronics offers signal conditioning and other electronic products that support TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet) "smart" sensors (IEEE P1451.4 standard). TEDS sensors are mixed mode (analog/digital), self-identifying transducers that contain fields that fully describe the type, operation, and attributes of the transducer, and are typically used in large channel count modal and structural testing applications.


A line of rack mountable TEDS multi-channel and dual-mode signal conditioners are available for use with ICPil) and charge output vibration, pressure, and force sensors. In-Line Charge Converters convert charge mode piezoelectric sensor signals into low-impedance voltage signals for operation with ICPiI) sensor signal conditioners or readout devices which have an ICPiI) sensor input. In-Line Charge Converters are available with TEDS capabilities, which enable the devices to store and recall TEDS data for the sensor which is attached.


New In-Line TEDS Adaptor features an interface chip that which allows the identification, location, sensitivity, and other information relative to the attached sensor to be stored. The device allows ICPiI) accelerometers that do not have TEDS functionality to be used in TEDS applications.


For additional information, contact the Electronics Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc., phone: 800-828-8840 or 716-684-0001; E-mail: electronics@pcb.com; fax: 716-685-3886, or visit our web site at www.pcb.com





Peter Munschauer, Division Manager

Forcefforque Divison

3425 Walden Avenue

Depew, NY 14043-2495 USA

Phone: (716) 684-0002 ext. 2405, fax: (716) 684-8877

E-mail: pmunschauer@pcb.com

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