Signal Conditioning

Signal conditioning provides the excitation, scaling, and buffering needed for specific signal type or sensor. You can integrate signal conditioning hardware with PXI or CompactRIO systems to augment the capabilities of connected instruments to improve functional attributes.

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    Stand-Alone or Computer-Based Devices

    Stand-alone or computer-based devices either integrate with standard desktop and laptop computers or allow you to use them without the need for other modular hardware.

  • Enables you to design and develop the custom switch load signal conditioning (SLSC) modules and rear transition interfaces (RTIs).
  • Routes signals to simplify and accelerate the testing, diagnosis, and integration work in hardware-in-the-loop applications.
  • Houses switch load signal conditioning (SLSC) modules that provide switches, loads, and signal conditioning for PXI and CompactRIO hardware platforms.
  • Provides access to switch load signal conditioning (SLSC) module functions to quickly prototype module designs.
  • Offers bidirectional digital input and output channels in a switch load signal conditioning (SLSC) module.
  • Simulates the behavior of an oxygen sensor in a switch, load, and signal conditioning (SLSC) module.
  • Simulates open, short, and pin-to-pin faults in a switch, load, and signal conditioning (SLSC) module.
  • Connects to the SLSC Routing Module to simplify and accelerate the testing, diagnosis, and integration work in hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) applications.