A trip amplifier is a device that allows an Analog signal to be converted to a Digital output. The digital output controls the variation of a physical unit in a system measured by temperature sensors or normalized signals and operates when the measured value goes outside predetermined limits, energizing or de-energizing the relay controlling devices like valves and actuators.View Category
As well as concentrating in the early days on the electricity generating companies with GEC & the CEGB, we also realised the need for our type of process control instrumentation within the other utilities sectors.
We are sector experts in Water, Sewerage, Gas, Electricity and Environmental.
The approval for the use of our product range by the CEGB gave great confidence in the use of AMELEC products to both British Gas & the various water authorities who were also looking for quality signal conditioning suppliers at that time.
AMELEC successfully began supplying instrumentation to both British Gas & our first water utility customer, Thames Water, in 1978.
In 1979 we also began supplying Severn Trent and Yorkshire Water, as well as to the Eastbourne, Wessex and Lee Valley water companies. By the mid 1980’s we were also regularly supplying our instruments to the likes of Anglian Water, North West Water, Welsh Water, Southern Water, Northumbrian Water and South West Water.
With quality instruments supplied with up to 10 year warranties across the entire product range, along with our after sales service, fast response FOC technical support and site support service, AMELEC has continued on to supply a vast number of companies in the utilities sector over the years.
Listed on various approved supplier listings and holding various supply / framework agreements over the years, AMELEC is very well established with 30 years’ experience within the utilities sector. Producing instrumentation under the control of our Lloyds accredited ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management system, along with our Achilles / UVDB utilities prequalification scheme registration, AMELEC remains a regular & reliable supplier to the general utility sector companies.
Signal isolators provide electrical (galvanic) isolation between the input and output circuits. They couple the signal to the output through a transformer or optical isolator. Signal isolators also break the direct electrical galvanic path between two or more loop points. They protect against dangerous measured-variable voltages and increase protection from surges and spikes.View Category
Signal converters convert the format of the input signals into the desired output format. In addition to the pure conversion of signals, signal converters also offer the possibility of filtering or linearizing signals. A signal transmitter is a device that transmits data from one place to another. In the case of mechanical equipment, a signal transmitter sends a process signal like temperature, pressure or humidity from a measurement apparatus to an electronic device like a panel meter, controller or computer. In the machinery or test environment, signal transmission is of critical importance. This is because of the nature of testing itself.View Category