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SCM and Alias Filters  
In general, most SCM have built-in Low Pass (LP) filters as part of their design. In addition to the obvious benefits of such filtering, there is the very important subtle benefit. Namely, SCM with high quality multi-pole LP filters can be viewed inherently as having anti-alias filtering capabilities.
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Low Pass Filter Rise Time vs Bandwidth  
This app note captures much of the design considerations used to create industrial, instrument class signal conditioners. Although this application note is a little heavy on the math, page 6 presents a few illustrations showing the excellent results of such detailed engineering effort.
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Strain Gage Signal Conditioners  
This app note will use the bridge circuit to measure strain gages.
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Basic Bridge Circuits  
This app note explores many of the mathematical relationships among the various topologies of bridge circuits and provides you with enough background information to prepare for the next Dataforth Application Note on Strain Gage measurements.
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Why Isolate Analog Signals?  
Application Note AN116 five very real, and very different reasons to isolate every one of your analog signals.
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RTD Tutorial  
In three pages, this newsletter provides nearly everything you'd ever want to know about resistance temperature detectors, or RTDs. From the physics of temperature effects on electron flow to mathematical models and equivalent circuit behaviors... you will be happy to learn that someone else considers all these details in signal conditioning design!
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Data Acquisition System - Wish List  
Here's your opportunity to specify what you want in a data acquisition system
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Six Sigma - What? Why? How?  
Product variation and defects undercut customer loyalty as well as company profits. Six Sigma is a rigorous, disciplined, data-driven methodology that was developed to enhance product quality and company profitability by improving manufacturing and business processes.
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Windmill Applications  
This white paper recommends what I/O typically needs to be monitored and what controllers are best suited on a windmill in order to provide the safest and longest trouble-free operation. Moreover, due to the special environmental nature of the application, what signal conditioning hardware should be used to assure successful operation.
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Configurable 5B module?  
The world's first configurable "5B" is now here … Dataforth engineering has created the configurable SCM5B48-01 Accelerometer Module.
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Shielding and Grounding
Using Thermocouples - Part 2
Thermocouples Part 1
5B for Piezo-electric Accelerometers
Hysteresis Specifications
Miniature electronics... 8B modules
Strain Gage SCM's
A Question from Dataforth’s President
Unbalanced Voltages Increase Cost
Dataforth Test Reports
Normal Mode Rejection, NMR
Bridge Circuit Measurements
Signal-to-Noise Ratio, SNR
Accuracy versus Resolution
Filtering - Phase Angles & Time Delays
Uncertainty Principle
Galvanic Isolation
Signal Conditioner with Power Supply
Confident Strain-Gage Measurements
Signal conditioners - Buy vs Build
Why Isolate?
Sampling Law
Resistor Thermal Noise
Filtering in Signal Conditioning Modules
Filtering Noise
Power Supply Sensitivity
Measured vs Combinational Error
Signal Conditioning Article
Sampling Rates and THE LAW
System Throughput
Easy Recalibration Procedure
Surge Withstand Capability
Reproducibility - Repeatability
Linearity and Conformity
Using Ethernet for Data Acquisition
3-Phase AC Calculations Revisited
Single Phase Revisited
Industrial Data Acquisition
Failure Rates
Drift Specs
Input Resistance
When Good Grounds Go Bad
Programmable Signal Conditioning
Signal Conditioning Tutorial
DIN or 5B/7B Option
5B or 7B
Buy versus Build
Common Mode Voltage
RTD Tutorial
Signal Conditioner Life
Transient Protection
Why True RMS?
System Accessories
New Application Note, AN104
Measuring True RMS
Test Reports
Loop Isolators
Isolated I/O to Serial Data
Serial Data
Confident Strain Gage Measurements...
It's about isolation & protection...
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