Video: What is a Strain Gauge Input, Four-Wire Transmitter? | Acromag TT351 | What is a Strain Gauge Input? Acromag's TT351 model is a space-saving four-wire transmitter that converts a four or six-wire strain gauge bridge or load cell or milliVolt sensor signal to an isolated voltage or current output signal. An optional DIN rail bus can deliver primary or redundant power to multiple units. Setup and calibration are fast and easy with a convenient USB connection to your PC and Acromag’s Windows configuration software. The transmitter’s input circuit allows true 6-wire bridge measurement and includes an adjustable bridge excitation supply (4 to 11V DC) with a remote sense feature. Sense wires ensure the programmed excitation voltage is measured at the sensor and enable lead-wire compensation. The differential input performs true ratiometric conversions for extremely stable measurements that remain accurate over time and temperature. Advanced signal processing capabilities, variable range input, and convenient USB programming make this instrument a very versatile strain/load measurement device. These transmitters can withstand harsh industrial environments and operate reliably across a wide temperature range with very low drift. They feature RFI, EMI, ESD, EFT, and surge protection plus low radiated emissions. 00:00 Introduction 00:29 Software for the TT351 01:14 Dimensions of the TT351 01:24 Input/Output for the TT351 02:09 Power for the TT351 02:30 Rugged Design of the TT351 02:48 Key Features of the TT351 03:20 Contact Acromag

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