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Dual Output Signal Splitter- AEC231

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Product Description

Our AEC231 PROCESS SIGNAL SPLITTER – with a true universal AC/DC supply, voltage range 21V through 265V AC or DC, it’s the perfect product to multiply, protect and maintain the integrity of your 4-20mA signal.

The two outputs are galvanically isolated from each other and can either be the same or of different value!

Minor adjustments can be made to the calibration of this device via the zero and span potentiometers easily accessible on the front panels.

Our splitters are built to retain a signal’s strength without any modulation loss. Any incompatible connections within the loop will not damage the device so long as the stated maximum currents/voltages are not exceeded. The outputs can be configured to be passive if required (Current SINK ports, max 30Vdc external).

All AMELEC manufactured instruments are supplied fully calibrated, traceable to national standards. We also can provide a HART compatible version of this model. Check out the datasheet(s) below.


AEC231 datasheet     AEC231H datasheet

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  1. Excellent Product

    Posted by Chris White (Stirling Technical Engineering Ltd.) on 26th Mar 2013

    The Amelec AEC231 is a great product that allows the duplication of Analogue Signals for use elsewhere in a panel / process.

    The fine tuning of the ZERO and SPAN pot switches allows you to get a really accurate range from the unit.

    Also, when 4-20mA is lost on the input, it is reflected in the output of the AEC231, which is really nice when doing alarms based on the Analogue signal quality.