Literature & Application Notes
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Application Notes
» an101: Measuring RMS Values of Voltage and Current
» an102: IC Op Amp Errors, What Are They And How Bad Can They Be
» an103: Common Mode Voltage
» an104: 4-20 mA Transmitters
» an105: RTD, Resistance Temperature Detector
» an106: Introduction To Thermocouples
» an107: Practical Thermocouple Temperature Measurements
» an108: When Good Grounds Go Bad
» an108: White Paper: When Good Grounds Go Bad
» an109: Single Phase AC Measurements Revisited
» an110: 3-Phase AC Calculations Revisited
» an111: Current Modules Measure Power Factor
» an112: Filtering in Signal Conditioning Modules, SCMs
» an113: Phase Angles and Time Delays
» an114: Accuracy versus Resolution
» an115: Sampling Law
» an116: Why Use Isolated Signal Conditioners?
» an117: Basic Bridge Circuits
» an118: Strain Gage SCMs
» an119: Six Sigma: What? Why? How?
» an120: Wind Turbines Today
» an121: Low Pass Filter Rise Time vs Bandwidth
» an122: Introduction to PID Control
» an123: Tuning Control Loops for Fast Response
» an124: Tuning Control Loops with the IMC Tuning Method
» an125: Tuning Level Control Loops
» an126: Tuning Surge Tank Level Control Loops
» an127: Op-Amp Errors, Another View
» an201: SCM9B/LDM422/485 RS-485 Connection
» an202: LDM485 to LDM485 to Other RS-485 Devices Configuration
» an501: Thermocouple Voltage-To-Temperature Conversion Method
» an502: SCM5B Ground Connections and Host System Interfaces
» an504: Interpreting Drift Specifications
» an505: Hardware Linearization of Non-Linear Signals
» an506: ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989 Transient Specification
» an507: Shield Grounding
» an508: Protecting Signal Lines Against EMI
» an509: SCM5B43 - DC LVDT Input Module
» an701: SCM7B Thermocouple Modules and CJC
» an702: SCM7B Frequency and Time Response
» an704: Failure Rate Calculation and Prediction
» an801: DSCA Calibration Procedure
» an802: DSCA, SCM5B, SCM7B and 8B Failure Rate Calculation and Prediction
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