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ICA In-Cell Analogue Strain Gauge Amplifier

ICA In-Cell Analogue Strain Gauge Amplifier

The second generation ICA (in cell amplifier) is an extremely high performance strain gauge amplifier, converting a strain gauge input to a volt or a mA output. Its sub-miniature design enables it to be fitted into the majority of transducers for a wide range of signal conditioning for strain gauges, load cells, pressure and torque transducers. The amplifier is available in six versions, offering a range of current and voltage outputs. All amplifiers have a wide operating voltage range. LCM Systems can integrate any of the ICA range of products into the majority of our sensor range. For applications where this is not possible, we can supply a small inline enclosure (ILE), which incorporates the ICA.

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