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Mantracourt introduces ILA

Mantracourt Electronics has launched the In-line Strain Gauge Analogue Amplifier (ILA), which has been designed to convert strain gauge or load cell inputs into a 4-20 milliamp (mA) output.

It is compatible with a wide range of inputs including strain gauges, load cells, pressure and torque transducers, said Mantracourt.

Kelly Voysey, sales and marketing manager at Mantracourt, added: "We are delighted to be bringing our new small format signal conditioner to market. Based on the popular ICA range, it can be customised to suit the user's requirements simply by selecting the relevant sensitivity, trim range and bandwidth (unipolar and bipolar).

“We have been developing this new piece of kit for quite some time and feel it's the ideal device for anyone working in the machine building, lifting and handling, silo and weighing and automotive industries that require quick and easy calibration of their sensor.”

www.mantracourt.com

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