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PC3424 input isolation / use with ADF25A

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PC3424 input isolation / use with ADF25A

Postby Guest » Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:50 am

Considering purchase of a PC3424 for diagnostic work on our electro-mechanical system. For some measurements I will need input isolation (only to ~ 10 - 20V, not mains). The brochure on 3242 suggests that the grounds might be common, but doesn't actually say it explicitly - please can you confirm either way?

Assuming the inputs aren't isolated, we would consider getting an ADF25A (differential input module) - is there any more info please on this beyond the paragraph on the accessories site (URL not permitted :-( )

Thanks,
Richard.

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Postby ziko » Mon Jun 18, 2007 12:34 pm

Hi and thank you for your post.

You are correct the unit is not isolated and the grounds are common.

What information do you require regarding the ADF25A?

Kind regards

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