Each multi-channel DSCL24 module provides up to 252 different configurations of process current or voltage inputs and outputs. The factory default setting provides 0-20mA input and output current. Alternatively, users may complete and submit a specific configuration table that instructs the factory on how to solder in configuration jumpers.
Each module provides full 3-Way isolation with 2300Vrms CMV input to output and 3700Vrms CMV power supply to I/O protection. Two module versions are offered that accept universal power supply of either 24 to 60VDC or AC and 85 to 230VDC or AC with the alternating current usage accepting 45 to 400Hz power.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Dataforth provide calibration reports for modules I purchased?
Yes we can provide calibration reports for the modules that you purchased.
You can either
a) visit https://www.dataforth.com/TestDataReport.aspx to search for Test Report Datasheets by Serial Number or
b) you can send us a list of model numbers and their serial numbers to email@example.com
Does Dataforth have a 4-channel 4-20mA isolator?
No. However, Dataforth does have two and three-channel 4-20mA isolators as shown in the following table.
DSCL22-11 2-channel 4-20mA isolator
DSCL22-21 3-channel 4-20mA isolator
DSCL23-02 2-channel 4-20mA Isolator with DC Supply for 2-wire transmitter
DSCL24-11 2-channel 4-20mA isolator
Keywords/Phrases: 4-20mA isolator, 4-channel 4-20mA isolator, 4-channel 4-20mA DIN mount isolator
Does Dataforth have an isolator with one input featuring two or more outputs?
No, but this function can be implemented with a two or three channel loop isolator, such as DSCL22-11, DSCL22-21, DSCL24-11, or DSLC24-12. Connect all inputs in series with each other. Sum together all input burden voltages so as not to exceed the maximum loop voltage available.
Keywords/Phrases: DSCL, DSCL one input multi-output loop isolator, one input multi-output loop isolator
How does the load resistance of a module affect the noise at the output?
Noise at the output of a module is independent of load resistance.
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