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ITA-1 In-Line Amplifier

ITA-1 In-Line Amplifier

ITA-1 In-Line Amplifier

The ITA-1 (known in this office as the Click-R Clack-R) is an analogue strain gauge amplifier that connects to your sensor in line via a 5-pin, M12 connector. It’s used to convert the millivolt signal from your sensor into an analogue signal for your display or DAQ. The ITA-1 can be connected to any force, strain, torque or pressure sensor that supplies a millivolt output signal. Output can be either voltage or current. The ITA-1 can be factory configured when supplied with an Interface load cell or torque transducer, but set up can be modified by the user using the tare and scale cables.

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